If you are looking for a job, you will encounter countless job responsibilities examples within recruitment advertising. No one role is the same – responsibilities may vary from company to company, so read between the lines.
The toughest interview questions are those where you could say almost anything you want. A boring answer to “walk me through your resume” has the potential to kill the vibe of any interview. An exciting response may conversely mean that the job is as good as yours.
Everyone experiences anxiety before and during an interview. That is entirely normal. The outcome simply matters too much. Having said that, if you are prone to excessive levels of anxiety at critical moments, this blog may suggest some ways to lessen the impact.
New job announcements on LinkedIn are essential for someone who wants to express gratitude to past colleagues and share their excitement about new beginnings. Here are a few tips to shape your message.
“Sir” or “Madam” might have their place in polite society, but not in cover letters. Here, we look at why “Dear Sir or Madam” is the wrong way to address your cover letter recipient and the best alternatives.
Saying goodbye is never easy. However, nailing workplace etiquette while saying something sincere to a coworker who is moving on is particularly tricky. Find out how in this blog post including 40+ examples of leaving messages for a colleague.
Resume.io created a Chrome extension that highlights corporate jargon phrases and buzzwords in your unsent email and suggests replacing them with strong, plain-English alternatives, helping you to communicate with colleagues in a way that is clear, concise and more accessible.