by Melanie Korn
Posted on February 06, 2019 at 01:02:13 PM
Have you ever applied for a position and wondered why you never heard a word from the company or recruiter? It’s easy to submit a resume and just wait. For most jobs, hundreds of resumes flood in and are stacked in a pile to be scanned over and sorted through. Getting your resume noticed in a digital world with so many formats, text, etc. is no easy task. Alter your Resume Each time to apply for a position; alter your resume slightly to fit the style of job you are applying for. Submitting the same resume to every position could cause you to miss out on an interview, simply because you could have tailored and highlighted points that are significant to this or that job opening. Understand the position you are applying for and create an identity that explains your experience and skills as related to that positions needs. Keep it Clean You might love colored text and fancy fonts, but for a resume submission, keep it clean. If you choose to use colors (other...
by Melanie Korn
Posted on March 06, 2019 at 12:47:26 PM
Retention of valued employees starts on the first day. No matter how much or how little experience an employee has the first day of a new position is difficult. Employees are excited to start their new position and become confident after multiple interviews and discussions that they can do the job, but when they arrive at the office and no one seems to know who they are or what they will be doing that confidence is quickly eliminated. In David Lee’s summary of 13 Questions to Maximize your Onboarding Efforts, he shares important yet practical ways to ensure your new hires are set up for success. Do we make our new hires feel welcome? On any new hire’s first day it is essential to ask the new hire how they are feeling. Acknowledge their fears, stresses and excitement. And for those looking to improve their onboarding process, take the time to ask those who’ve been on the job a month or two how welcome they felt the first day, the first week, and the first month. ...
National Association of Personnel Services Awards the Robert P Style Firm Accreditation to Sales Recruiters Inc. and Barclay Personnel
Posted on January 14, 2019 at 08:52:20 PM
(Atlanta, GA – 2019) – The National Association of Personnel Services (NAPS), the association with the longest and most comprehensive history of professional credentialing in the staffing industry, announces the renewal of the Robert P Style Firm Accreditation Program to Sales Recruiters/Barclay Personnel for a Sixth year. Ryan Scott, CPC Credentialing Chairman: “The NAPS Accredited Firm designation is reserved for those recruiting and staffing firms who agree to be bound by the NAPS Code of Ethics and who demonstrate their commitment to, Certification, Education, the Profession, Free Enterprise System and to Community.” As of this date, the following company has been accepted for this prestigious accreditation: Sales Recruiters Inc. and Barclay Personnel Sales Recruiters, Inc. and Barclay Personnel collectively leverage their combined corporate recruiting knowledge and experience to meet the full spectrum of your company’s wants and needs. Whatever needs...
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