Editor’s note: Is your candidate great in person, but the resume needs work? In this article, professional coach and resume adviser Debra Wheatman speaks directly to your candidates with the kind of direct, no-nonsense advice that they can use to turn their resume into a powerful selling tool. Email this post or a link to all your candidates.
Is your resume written with the reader in mind? Or, does your resume scream, “It’s all about me and what I want!”?
When you accept a job, you are entering an agreement with a company that you will meet their expectations and they will compensate you. Until that job offer is made, your task is to create a compelling case for how you can fill their needs better than any other candidate. So, why would you