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Posted by Dave Brown, Hays EVP, on Friday, Jan 15, 2016
Posted by James Hawley, Hays EVP, on Thursday, Jan 14, 2016
Your resume is the first and, often worryingly, one of the most neglected steps of the job search process. Many people just don’t know where to start, especially if embarking on a job search after a long time.
Updating your resume can often feel like a daunting task so use this simple guide to help make the process as effective as possible.
Posted by David Brown, Executive Vice President, Veredus | Hays on Tuesday, Jan 5, 2016
In today’s job market, it will take much more than the right qualifications, skills and experience to land a top job in 2016. Here are 5 ways to aid your job search:
1. Align your online and offline resumes: Hiring managers will research you online, so make sure the resume you submit matches your online profile. Any discrepancies throw up a red flag. At the very least you’ll be asked some hard questions in the interview, and at worst your application could be removed from consideration.
Posted By David Brown, Executive Vice President, Veredus | Hays on Wednesday, Dec 23, 2015
Old and new players alike are rapidly re-positioning around how to collect, analyze, predict and package more data for greater and quicker insight. In a recent Talent Tech Labs ‘Trend Report’, Brian Pietras, the Head of Technology Ventures for Hays shares his views on how big data is the key to a successful hiring strategy.
Posted By James Hawley, Executive Vice President, Veredus | Hays on Tuesday, Dec 22, 2015
The minimum expected
Researching a company before your job interview isn’t about standing out any more. Today it’s about keeping up and staying on the short-list. Not so long ago, job seekers who wanted to stand out in an interview were advised to research the company and interviewer.
Today however, researching the organization and interviewer is the standard and minimum of what’s expected by most companies.