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  1. Producer4CVe CV Writers

    4CVe CV Writers

    19/10/2016
    Positive + Pithy!
    Positive + Pithy!‘Positive and pithy’, words from our previous post that could well be the mantra for CV writing since ‘positively and pithily’ is, in a nutshell, the best way to approach one’s entire CV. While there are no regulatory rights or wrongs with CV...
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  2. Producer4CVe CV Writers

    4CVe CV Writers

    18/10/2016
    How it works
    How it worksSince 2005 the team at 4CVe have been writing professional, confidence-boosting and interview-winning CVs and Personal Statements for clients of all levels and sectors, as well as completing application forms on request.  So this is how our core...
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  3. Producer4CVe CV Writers

    4CVe CV Writers

    17/10/2016
    Styling your Professional Look: Home or ‘Salon’?
    Styling your Professional Look: Home or ‘Salon’?Obviously in the working world of most professionals at least, looks are irrelevant to ability (we’re not saying that models, actors etc. aren’t workers of course!), but when it comes to your CV, everyone needs to look their best.CV writers are like...
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  4. Beatriz Posada Bravo
    Actualizando mi curriculum:
    BEATRIZ POSADA BRAVO CV 1
    www.micvideal.es Acabo de crear mi #CV con el generador de CV en línea de...
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    Beatriz Posada Bravo
    17/10/2016 #1 Beatriz Posada Bravo
    En búsqueda de trabajo! Dejo curriculum:
  5. Jennifer Schultz
    New #job! Inside Sales Representative at Fox Run Brands in Ivyland
    Learn more about this job and apply on RecruitmentQueen:
    #InsideSales #BucksCounty
    Jennifer Schultz
    Inside Sales Representative
    www.recruitmentqueen.com It is the responsibility of the Inside Sales Representative to identify and pursue sales opportunities and build strong relationships by...
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  6. Jennifer Schultz
    New #job! HR Generalist
    Northeast Building Products Corporation​ Philadelphia
    This is a salary exempt position in which the individual will assist the Human Resources Director in organizing and delivering professional Human Resources support within the organization.Works with and communicates closely with ownership and management discussing and delivering staffing needs, recruiting, interviewing, testing, reference check and background checks.This position will be responsible for new hire orientation, retention analysis, employee development, training relating to employee relations as well as the administration functions that go along with them, compliance competencies, and investigative research relating to employee issues and relations.

    To learn more about this job and apply - click on the link to go to RecruitmentQueen: http://www.recruitmentqueen.com/jobs/536227-hr-generalist-at-northeast-building-products #HR #HumanResources
    Jennifer Schultz
    HR Generalist
    www.recruitmentqueen.com HR GeneralistSUMMARY:This is a salary exempt position in which the individual will assist the Human Resources Director in organizing and...
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  7. Jennifer Schultz
    New #job! Customer Service Representative - Media and Technology SYKES Langhorne
    Jennifer Schultz
    Customer Service Representative - Media and Technology
    www.recruitmentqueen.com Customer Service Representative - Media and TechnologySYKES is looking for full-time Customer Services Representatives in Langhorne, PA to support...
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  8. Jennifer Schultz
    Great advice from Liz Ryan
    I Hate My Job -- But I'm Afraid To Job Hunt
    Forbes Welcome
    www.forbes.com Nanette hates her current job working for a fearful and controlling boss, but if Nanette starts a stealth job search and her boss finds out, Nanette could get fired! What would you tell Nanette to...
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  9. ProducerMark Anthony Dyson
    The Benefits of Good Grammar for your Career
    The Benefits of Good Grammar for your Career Since Susan Rooks, the Grammar Goddess loves beBee, then I thought I'd share our conversation with you. She offered nothing but golden nuggets of knowledge with me and listeners on writing well for your career and business. Susan Rooks is a Business...
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  10. Jennifer Schultz
    New #job!

    Floating Customer Service Associate at Bucks County Bank - Doylestown, PA

    We are looking for a Floating Customer Service Associate who can travel to all 4 branch locations to assist in the absence of a customer service associate. Responsibilities to include new account openings, teller transactions, and cross-selling other bank products and engage in daily branch activities which include prospect calls and following up with emails to potential and existing clients.

    To learn more about this job and apply, visit the job posting on RecruitmentQueen - #customerservicerep #BucksCounty
    Jennifer Schultz
    Floating Customer Service Associate
    www.recruitmentqueen.com Floating Customer Service AssociateIn 2004, Bucks County Bank was opened by John Harding and his team of premier lenders and banking officers with...
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  11. Jennifer Schultz
    I am not kidding when I say that I our career fair on September 21st is going to be big! We are now at well over 2,000 jobs that employers are hiring for in the Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia area. This is a DO NOT MISS Career Fair. Job seekers can pre-register and find out more details by visiting our website - Share with your network!
    Jennifer Schultz
    Over 2,000 Jobs at the Big! Bucks County Career Fair | Recruitment Queen
    www.recruitmentqueen.com Come to the Big! Bucks County Career Fair, September 21st at the Sheraton Hotel in...
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  12. ProducerMark Anthony Dyson
    Good Grammar for Your Career and Personal Brand
    Good Grammar for Your Career and Personal BrandI wanted to publish something for a while on beBee, and today is a perfect day to share the interview I had with Susan Rooks, aka The Grammar Goddess. She indicated to me she loves this platform so I wanted to be sure everyone gets a chance to...
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  13. Jennifer Schultz
    This week's Job Talk question:
    Have you ever experienced discrimination at work? If so, how did you handle it? #jobtalk #discrimination
    Jennifer Schultz
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    Jennifer Schultz
    06/09/2016 #10 Jennifer Schultz
    I know what you mean @Erroll -EL- Warner - Early in my career I was passed over for promotions because I didn't have a college degree - and it didn't even matter that I was more innovative than my counterparts. #8
    Erroll -EL- Warner
    06/09/2016 #9 Erroll -EL- Warner
    I was more educate and better qualified than almost if not all store managers and District Managers I ever had but was never promoted to any prominent positions despite appealing to the company corporate office.
    Erroll -EL- Warner
    06/09/2016 #8 Erroll -EL- Warner
    Yes. Retail just start feeling the impact of educated professionals. In many retail institutions there are managers without GED high school certificates. They pretend you don't exist. Human Resources is complicit in the situation. I still shake their hands and try to be as positive as I can. Many are not familiar with the latest technological business innovations.(CRM) Customer engagement(EC). To avoid confrontation I documented such procedures in writing a gave it to them.. Document innovative sales techniques and innovative ways of training associates and present it to them in writing. That angered them very much but I still kept a positive attitude.by asking how are, how is everything going. ..
    Jennifer Schultz
    06/09/2016 #7 Jennifer Schultz
    Ugh how frustrating for you and poor judgement on behalf of your HR dept - as you were responding to complaints from her co-workers. #5
    David Navarro López
    06/09/2016 #6 Anonymous
    #4 Sorry for not knowing what is MGTOW
    Brian McKenzie
    06/09/2016 #5 Brian McKenzie
    #2 @Jennifer Schultz meh corporate Amerika and it's politique culture. I got hauled into HR for asking a girl not to wear so much perfume because a couple of the other girls had complained about allergies and sensitivities to what she must have been SHOWERING IN ....... yep - you guessed it - I was being hauled in for sexual harassment; because 'Tone it down' was considered a double entendre against her gender / sexuality. 8?/ - so happy none of this shit happens overseas.
    Brian McKenzie
    06/09/2016 #4 Brian McKenzie
    #3 @David Navarro Lópezn welcome to MGTOW - it is the only intelligent solution.
    David Navarro López
    06/09/2016 #3 Anonymous
    #1 Brian I had the same feeling, not due racism, and not suffered in my own "flesh". Curious thing is that the most terrible prosecutors of a "sin" are precisely the more guilty of it. "European-American" made an ethnic cleaning with American Indians, and sold many films to us afterwards about how brave the cowboys were, and how wild the Indians were. The same country is by far one of the biggest slavery promoter, the niche of KKK, you name it. In my country, Spain, traditionally women have been second class citizens. Nowadays, laws have reinforced them so much in front of males, to avoid gender violence, that males are now in a worse position. This is the case: A friend of mine was married to a younger woman; she only married him for money. They had two children, and after that, she became a mental terrorist to him and her children. When she was caught by him being an adulteress, not only once, she exploded in physical violence against him, hitting him everywhere, and as he tried to defense crossing his hands before his face, she got an hematoma on her arm. (My friend got his face full of blood and swollen eye) With it, she went to police, lied saying HE beat her, so my friend went directly to jail until a judge could see the case. One week after, thanks to the witnessing of both children, the judge released my friend. But from now on, if something happens to her, he will be the one first caught. And guess what? Even if she lied to police and judge, she got no charges, even more, she got help and protection. ​
    Jennifer Schultz
    06/09/2016 #2 Jennifer Schultz
    Wow @Brian McKenzie - it's a shame you tried to help a new employee and someone else only overheard part of the conversation and it turned into a highly negative situation for you. I am sorry that this happened to you. #1
    Brian McKenzie
    06/09/2016 #1 Brian McKenzie
    Yep - I was having an A to B conversation with a new hire about her coming aboard - and she was saying how difficult it was to find affordable houses in the region - but was looking in X neighborhood because the prices were low. I told her the prices were low in that area because of gang activity, high crime, and weekly murder rates - a busy body C person heard the comment - and decided that I was racially disparaging her personally & racially because of the word 'GANG' She was African American - and new to town as well....... The gangs in the region were / are - ASIAN. But guess who still had to sit in front of HR for 'sensitivity training? yeah - me. Never mind the crime stats, the nightly news, or close friends on the police force - I was a racist bigot for reporting reality. Blatant foreshadowing of our current SJW times.
  14. Jennifer Schultz
    So many of these are so wrong...
    12 things you say that can immediately disqualify you in a job interview
    Jennifer Schultz
    12 things you say that can immediately disqualify you in a job interview
    www.businessinsider.com This is not the time to...
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  15. Jennifer Schultz
    This week's Job Talk question - What was the worst question you were asked on a job interview? #WorstInterviewQuestions Jennifer Schultz
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    Jennifer Schultz
    31/08/2016 #9 Jennifer Schultz
    OMG~ @Deann M. Harrity - the nerve of some people. Glad you walked out! #7
    Jennifer Schultz
    31/08/2016 #8 Jennifer Schultz
    I hear what you are saying @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian - I have client too that ask for guarantees when they advertise...and yes babies & pets rule online! #6
    Deann M. Harrity
    31/08/2016 #7 Deann M. Harrity
    "Are you usually this sexy?", was said to me near the end of an interview once. Almost couldn't believe me ears. Needless to say, I promptly walked out.
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    31/08/2016 #6 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    This wasn't an interview question. A prospective writing client asked me how I would guarantee that their posts would go viral. I answered that I could guarantee that they won't. High tech never does. Funny cats and babies making faces do.
    Jennifer Schultz
    31/08/2016 #5 Jennifer Schultz
    Oh boy @Aaron Skogen - to quote a line it makes sense that had to decline " Make like a tree and leave" LOL - joking aside it shows how much the interviewer didn't even understand the reason for the question based on the response to you. #3
    Brian McKenzie
    31/08/2016 #4 Brian McKenzie
    #2 If I ever sit for an interview in the States again - I am going armed with a framed Rorschac ink blot as a photo of my 'spirit animal' and ask if I can bring it to the office to boost my morale. = Ask me a stupid question - I ensure you my answer is not on the chart of what you were expecting.
    Aaron Skogen
    31/08/2016 #3 Aaron Skogen
    Mine is not far off from @Brian McKenzie's "Spirit Animal" @Jennifer Schultz. I was asked one "If I were a tree, what kind of tree would I be." In an attempt to be professional, but knowing this was a nonsense question, I responded "And how will my answer help determine the outcome of this interview?", to which the hiring manager responded, "It wont, but it's on my sheet of questions to ask". We moved on. I was called back for round two, but declined based on what I had learned in the first on site interview. The funny thing I find about interviews, is that the company often forgets that the candidate is also interviewing them!
    Jennifer Schultz
    31/08/2016 #2 Jennifer Schultz
    @Brian McKenzie you had me laughing so hard at your answer! Initially some "professional" decided that some of these crazy questions were supposed to help understand they psyche of the candidate - most of the time it left both the job seeker and recruiter wondering "what kind of question was that?" #1
    Brian McKenzie
    31/08/2016 #1 Brian McKenzie
    For a job that required a Masters Degree 10 years of industry channel experience, professional licensing, and a proven book of sales - What is your spirit animal? I wasn't aware that I had forgot my crayons and would be working with a cast of crew that believed playtime pretend magic beings were relevant to the National Health Care debate. ......Ever wonder why OBAMCARE is a mess ? - they hired whoever gave them the pretty answer to that question. PS - apparently a minotaur with a scorpion tale carrying a rocket launcher is not the appropriate answer. ....... though imagine the state of affairs had one been let loose on 2600 pages of blather and 1800 pages of supporting prattle.
  16. ProducerJennifer Schultz
    Create a Job Search Strategy
    Create a Job Search StrategyFinding a job today can be much like having a full time job. There is a lot of competition from other people looking for work and it can be a daunting task to search the thousands of online job boards to find that perfect job for you.With that being...
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  17. Jennifer Schultz
    5 Things You Should Never Do Before a Job Interview
    Jennifer Schultz
    5 Things You Should Never Do Before a Job Interview
    www.cheatsheet.com Do you want the job? Here's what you shouldn't...
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  18. Jennifer Schultz
    Tonight's Job Talk Question - If you are currently looking for a job, or have recently found one - How do you feel about the job search process? Like was it easy, hard, or frustrating? Jennifer Schultz
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    Jennifer Schultz
    23/08/2016 #11 Jennifer Schultz
    I agree with you Bruce - real world experience should carry more weight - anyone can go to college - but, can you perform the job? On the flip side - I have seen employers seek college graduates, but want them to have 5 years experience in the industry - this is a new trend. #10
    Bruce Roberts
    23/08/2016 #10 Bruce Roberts
    Submitting a resume to a black hole is often frustrating. I have found at times that finding a contact at the company where applying is more helpful and sending them copy of resume. More frustrating to me is being in an area of high competition where the degree is more important than the experience..
    Jennifer Schultz
    22/08/2016 #9 Jennifer Schultz
    @CityVP Manjit - yes times have certainly changed and finding a career with just one employer is not the norm. The job search process today is plagued with many steps for most - apply online, your application is scored by a computer, if you pass the parameters set by they employer - then maybe you are called for an interview - but many times candidates are stuck in the black hole of the system. Others that do direct apply at smaller employers - the hiring process is long because they are inundated with applicants and can't handle the process. That's why other ways of seeking the path to employment are important: networking within your friends & family, reaching out to employers over social media, attending job fairs and so on. And I know many people in my circle who have high level degrees, but can't find work in their desired field.#6
    Jennifer Schultz
    22/08/2016 #8 Jennifer Schultz
    #4 @Carolyn Kiel - meant to ask you again - where in NJ are you?
    Jennifer Schultz
    22/08/2016 #7 Jennifer Schultz
    Sorry that you are having this experience. And yes, companies are very slow in some instances making actual hires. Good move reaching out over social media to employers - my biggest advice to employers is to get back to engaging with people and stop putting up walls as great candidates are hard enough to find. #4
    CityVP Manjit
    22/08/2016 #6 CityVP Manjit
    According to Forbes the current estimate for millennials is that they can expect to have approximately 15 to 20 jobs during their career http://www.forbes.com/sites/jeannemeister/2012/08/14/job-hopping-is-the-new-normal-for-millennials-three-ways-to-prevent-a-human-resource-nightmare/#4f63a30a5508 This means that if there is not a clear cut job search process then at least for young people, it is a trend that needs them to know it. That the job search process has fundamentally changed is more challenging to boomers. Ironically the people that I joined at a railway company in England are largely still with the same employer or have recently retired - so obviously the idea of lifetime employment can be cited, but it is not the norm - if it was ever a norm to begin with. I am not too concerned about a "job search process", but I am concerned about "well paid job search process" - I am witness to people with degrees that can only get minimum wage jobs, so clearly for them the job search process is not anywhere clearcut as we would like to think.
    Jennifer Schultz
    22/08/2016 #5 Jennifer Schultz
    #2 I can understand how you feel Randy. Some employers are just posting jobs to fill their future candidate pool - but job seekers who are actively looking are having their time wasted applying for jobs that are not open.
    Carolyn Kiel
    22/08/2016 #4 Carolyn Kiel
    My job searching experience has mostly been frustrating and draining. I agree with @Brian McKenzie that submitting a resume through an ATS is generally futile. I've had better results tracking down hiring managers on social media, so I can have a conversation with a human being. I've also noticed that there are a lot of job postings but companies can be very SLOW to make hiring decisions!
    Jennifer Schultz
    22/08/2016 #3 Jennifer Schultz
    You are not alone Brian in feeling like the ATS's are black holes. I hear this often. So many people looking for jobs - and coming up empty due to automation. Something has to change. Sorry you had to venture overseas, but, glad to see that you found success! #1
    Randy Keho
    22/08/2016 #2 Randy Keho
    There's a process? How can you take it seriously. It's a train wreck. I've seen the same jobs posted for more than a year on the same sites.It's become akin to cat-fishing. How do you tell what's fact or fiction?
    Brian McKenzie
    22/08/2016 #1 Brian McKenzie
    Completely, utterly, totally, and patently worthless. I have found more success overseas and in a second language than I ever did where I grew up and my native tongue. Submitting a resume down the ATS black hole is a worthless exercise. If you would like to feel insignificant, marginalized, inconsequential, trivial, and ignored ~ apply on their website.
  19. ProducerSasa Radovic

    Sasa Radovic

    14/08/2016
    The curse of an office bully
    The curse of an office bullyWorking at a company long enough, you will certainly encounter special kind of people. It's the kind of employees who think that it's OK to be the reason other people hate their jobs. It's OK for them that is. They will make fun of your ideas, talk...
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    Sasa Radovic
    19/08/2016 #19 Sasa Radovic
    #17 Yes, unfortunately it happens too. That case I have noticed in societies with great unemployment rate. People don't have better job to choose and the only thing to do is understand "the curse". It wont stop the bully, but it certainly will solve the mess in the head. sometimes that helps.
    Bruce Roberts
    19/08/2016 #17 Bruce Roberts
    When a manager of a department is a bully, even apologizes for it but will not change, that indeed is the bigger curse to the department and the company. In some companies seems to be a pre-requisite for a position and the mindset is that bullies get the job done. They get the job done of fast turnover of employees.
    Sasa Radovic
    19/08/2016 #16 Sasa Radovic
    #14 Thank you for that Kevin, I appreciate it.
    Sasa Radovic
    19/08/2016 #15 Sasa Radovic
    #7 Thanks @Jennifer Shultz. It does work both ways.
    Kevin Pashuk
    19/08/2016 #14 Kevin Pashuk
    Interestingly enough @Sasa Radovic, I referenced the problem of how bullying (primarily online not in the office) seems to be tolerated. You've given a great story on dealing with the mess in our mind, and therefore taking the power away from the bully. I've reference your post in the comment section of my post on Self-Lobotimization.
    Sasa Radovic
    19/08/2016 #13 Sasa Radovic
    #9 Couldn't agree more @mohammed khalaf.
    Sasa Radovic
    19/08/2016 #12 Sasa Radovic
    #8 Truth, @Mohammed A. Jawad, our duty as managers is not to let this happen. Simply informing people of who really got the power here helps in most cases.
    Sasa Radovic
    19/08/2016 #11 Sasa Radovic
    #5 well, i suppose bad management has deep consequences. Bullies are often masters in transforming their bad results into someone else 's faults. They could be very persuasive. I saw it and it is not pretty.
    Sasa Radovic
    19/08/2016 #10 Sasa Radovic
    #6 good point here! Still it looks like some of them are unpunished for what they do. Both bullies and employers that allow this behavior
    mohammed khalaf
    19/08/2016 #9 mohammed khalaf
    that true my friend As it has been said, "tough times never last, but tough people do.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    19/08/2016 #8 Mohammed A. Jawad
    In every corner of the world we find countless flaws and nuisance of all sorts. Perhaps, it's malfunctioning of human traits that cause people to mistreat, abuse and degrade others for no reason or simply they misbehave for vain pleasures.
    Jennifer Schultz
    19/08/2016 #7 Jennifer Schultz
    @Sasa Radovic - Bullies in the workplace are way too common. From my experience, they are the result of mismanagement - managers that don't know how to build teams in the first place or they are friends with management. Sometimes also, the managers are afraid to get rid of them as they too - have been bullied by them. With that being said - bullying seems is a learned activity, inbred in a person and the bully is usually not going to change. That's why unfortunately, good people leave organizations before the bully does. Great Buzz!
    David Navarro López
    19/08/2016 #6 Anonymous
    #4 Maybe the question is not if they had great results, rather, what a wonderful results would them have instead.
    Aurorasa Sima
    19/08/2016 #5 Aurorasa Sima
    #3 Absolutely. Short-term. And how do you quantify the loss of productivity of the colleagues?
    Sasa Radovic
    19/08/2016 #4 Sasa Radovic
    #2 thank you for the comment @david navarro lópez. Unfortunately, I saw companies with that strategy havingbgreat results. I still wonder how this is happening.
    Sasa Radovic
    19/08/2016 #3 Sasa Radovic
    #1 thank you for the comment @Aurorasa Sima . Of course, some of them might have results. However, the very nature of those results is at least questionable.
    David Navarro López
    19/08/2016 #2 Anonymous
    Some caveman CEO think that bullies keep the productivity high. That if people is smiling while working, they are not working hard enough. We have made from the bad mood a way of working, while being in the bad mood, it is proven that productivity falls down.
    Aurorasa Sima
    19/08/2016 #1 Aurorasa Sima
    Another reason that companies keep bullies is that they often seem to achieve great results. As you pointed out, some claim the results of the work of others as their own and they impact the productivity of the other employees negatively. Thank you for this great article, @Sasa Radovic
  20. Dean Owen

    Dean Owen

    17/08/2016
    I'd say a one page resume is all you need. Dean Owen
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    Dean Owen
    18/08/2016 #17 Dean Owen
    #13 not my permission to give @Donna-Luisa Eversley, but you might want to try out enhancv.com, the creators of this tribute resume. It is extremely user friendly. Thanks.
    CityVP Manjit
    18/08/2016 #16 CityVP Manjit
    It seems Marissa Mayer did not create this resume, it is a very clever marketing ploy from EnhanceCV - where they add at the bottom "made with admiration". It is meant to draw people in to create resume's using their platform. I guess they believe that the next mass phenomena is style over substance - I guess the motivation here is standing out from the crowd. My response to this resume offering that say "unveils the real person" would be the one Will Hunting gave in the bar "but at least I won't be unoriginal" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnZ0Y4rvz6E
    Amour Setter
    18/08/2016 #15 Amour Setter
    Incredible!!!
    CityVP Manjit
    18/08/2016 #14 CityVP Manjit
    ATS is the defacto MacDonalds of the resume world, personally I value creative resumes not to stand out from the crowd but where it makes sense from either a creative or relational point of view. Like I am going to turn down Marissa Mayer because her resume is not suitable for an ATS - then again for 17 years we did not engage in marketing, where all our work was one referral after another. I am referencing here the exception and not the rule. When in the Roman mass market, do as the Roman mass do.
    Donna-Luisa Eversley
    18/08/2016 #13 Donna-Luisa Eversley
    Lol... @Dean Owen I love this model.. Permission to copy please!
    Jim Murray
    17/08/2016 #12 Jim Murray
    If I ever un-incorporate and need a resume, I'll use that as a model.
    Mamen Delgado
    17/08/2016 #11 Mamen Delgado
    #7 Love it @Dean Owen!! Thanks for the link to the web, really like it.
    Jennifer Schultz
    17/08/2016 #10 Jennifer Schultz
    Great resume and should be more symbolic of where we want resumes to become. Not sure this would pass all the ATS systems that some employers are using. Then there are the job seekers who already struggle with writing a basic resume - this should inspire them to think about what their current one is saying about them. Thanks for sharing @Dean Owen
    Dean Owen
    17/08/2016 #9 Dean Owen
    In the US, I suspect the inclusion of a picture would automatically disqualify it, but profile pictures are accepted in many countries.
    Phillip Hubbell
    17/08/2016 #8 Phillip Hubbell
    One has to wonder if such a resume would pass the first process by Yahoo''s HR resume screening.
    Dean Owen
    17/08/2016 #7 Dean Owen
    It's a cool website, www.enhancv.com Great marketing for them creating this 'tribute' CV
    Kevin Pashuk
    17/08/2016 #6 Kevin Pashuk
    I guess that she's had her resume updated and ready (just in case) for a while now.
    Sharon Hansen
    17/08/2016 #2 Sharon Hansen
    Love this!
    Javier beBee
    17/08/2016 #1 Javier beBee
    I fully agree. One page should be enough !
  21. Itziar Ruiz López
    Programador PHP
    Programador PHP
    Programador PHP beBee, Affinity Networking es una red social basada en afinidades, donde los usuarios pueden conectarse con otros usuarios con los que...
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