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In theory, writing a resume should be easy. It's just a short document listing all your experience and skills. In practice, though, writing an effective resume (one that lets you stand out from the crowd) can be very challenging. To shed some light on the fine art of resume writing, we spoke to Sonya Matheson, Workopolis’ employer branding and recruitment services manager. For more career advice, visit workopolis.com/advice for job search tips, interviewing tricks, and much more. As Canada's leading career site, Workopolis has been connecting millions of seekers with their dream jobs since 2000. Visit workopolis.com to search openings, upload your resume to our database, sign up for job alerts, and more. To subscribe to this podcast, search Safe for Work in iTunes or on Soundcloud.
Want to ensure that you never get a job offer? This woman can show you how. See how she makes all of the common job interview mistakes. (We'll let you know you how to avoid them.) For more career related topics, visit Workopolis: http://tinyurl.com/32dzw3y
Two candidates answer some of the most commonly asked job interview questions. One has polished, professional responses that win over employers. The other is more of a case-study in what not to do. Get more great interview and job search advice at http://workopolis.com/advice. Featuring: Elizabeth Bromstein, Peter Harris, Mathieu Rainville, and Melissa Allen
Negotiation is always a challenge, but counter offers are their own unique beast altogether. We sit down with an HR expert, a recruiter, and a recently-departed Workopolis employee (yes it was awkward) to talk about how to negotiate a counter offer, if accepting one is a mistake, and much more. Theme music by Code Pie. “Under Suspicion,” “Curiousity,” “Puzzle Pieces” and “Let’s start at the beginning” by Lee Rosevere, are used under a Creative Commons Attribution License / edited for length: freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rosevere/ For more career advice, visit workopolis.com/advice for job search tips, interviewing tricks, and much more. As Canada's leading career site, Workopolis has been connecting millions of seekers with their dream jobs since 2000. Visit workopolis.com to search openings, upload your resume to our database, sign up for job alerts, and more. To subscribe to this podcast, search Safe for Work in iTunes or on Soundcloud.
Read more about real-life examples of Video Job Interview Do's and Don'ts here: http://careers.workopolis.com/advice/worst-video-interview-blunders/ It’s hard enough to interview face-to-face, let alone in front of a camera and microphone. But video interviews are becoming increasingly more common in the hiring process. Video interviewing might be conducted if you are applying for a job in a different city, province or country. Or it might just be the way the hiring manager prefers to conduct interviews as it allows him/her to connect with the candidate earlier in the hiring process. If you're new to video job interviews, there's no reason to panic! In this video, we'll show you some common mistakes as well as important tips to help you make a great first impression on camera. Here are the 5 video job interview tips that you’ll learn: 1. Test all equipment and technology before recording. And test again! 2. Control the lighting in the room. You want to avoid too much or too little light. Also, watch out for too many shadows and glare. 3. Dress professionally. Just because you’re in the comfort of your own home does not mean wearing your bathrobe and pyjamas are acceptable attire for your video interview. 4. Select an appropriate location that is free of distractions. You don’t want anyone walking in on your video interview unannounced. 5. Act professionally. If you won’t do it in front of an interviewer, don’t do it in your video interview! And remember, video interviewing is a skill and, as with any other skill, you get better with practice! Ready? Let's go over the Video Job Interview Do's and Don'ts, so you can nail your next video job interview!
Recruiters and hiring managers only spend an average of 10 seconds skimming resumes. Your resume, therefore, needs to make a good impression, and mistakes (like a careless typo or formatting issue) can really hurt your chances. To help you spot potential issues, we had an HR professional review real resumes. Here are her six resume mistakes that can cost you the job.
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