Debbie Bride is a Canadian communications specialist who has called Costa Rica home since 2017. Born and raised in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Debbie moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba as a young adult, settling into that vibrant prairie hub for a life and career chapter spanning four decades. Her background includes writing about human resource and career development topics for employees and association members in various business and nonprofit sectors.
Acing a bank teller interview requires demonstrating technical knowledge, interpersonal skills, and a customer-centric approach. Practicing answers to these common interview questions can help you confidently prove your excellence for the role.
Putting your life back together following treatment for a substance use disorder is comparable to a full-time job. How can you manage an actual job search simultaneously after rehab? Here, we explore the challenges and rewards of reentering the workforce while recovery remains your top priority.
Rarely is it necessary to indicate on your resume when you’re available to work, because availability can be assumed in most hiring circumstances. But in some instances, clarifying your work availability on your resume can benefit both you and potential employers.
When it’s time for a customer service job change, the few short lines of text at the top of your resume page could be the most impactful writing task you’ve tackled in a long time. Here we offer some practical advice for composing an effective customer service resume objective.
It’s not unheard of for disgruntled employees to vent their workplace complaints through extremely scathing and sometimes humorous resignation letters. But fortunately, this scorched earth approach to job departures is an exception to the rule. Still, scorched earth resignation letters can serve a purpose in the realm of fantasy. That’s why Resume.io has devised a unique hotness scale for matching the right tone of letter to the degree of raging revenge.
Of all the hard knocks we hope never to experience, homelessness is high on most people’s lists. Even harder to imagine is dealing with unemployment while homeless. We look into the unique job search challenges faced by homeless people and tips for overcoming them.
This blog could have been produced by a chatbot instead of a Resume.io author, but it wasn’t. Content writers are among the growing number of humans that AI technology is capable of assisting or replacing altogether. Here we explore the jobs most likely at stake, for better or worse.
HR experts have weighed in on the importance of holistic strategies for employee retention, in the interest of wellness and flexibility, as well as upskilling and job satisfaction. Here is a sampling of their compelling research and advice.
All job moves involve a leap of faith, but there’s more at stake when you decide to leave your first job. Are you shortchanging yourself by quitting too soon? Or has the right time already passed? Here, we unpack the key considerations for how long you should stay at your first job.
We think nothing of hiring professionals all the time for things we’d rather not do ourselves, even if we’re quite capable. So why not hire a professional to write your resume? But it’s not one for any job seeker to take lightly. Here, we look at when it makes sense to seek professional resume help, and when a DIY resume is still your best bet.