Considering your Next Career Move?
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by Roland
1y ago
Congratulations! You have just taken what may be the most important step of your changing your career. You have figured out it’s time for a change. You are tired of your current job, but you do not know how to get something different…and you’re not willing to let COVID stop you! If this sounds like you, then read on and prepare to take ACTION! The first thing to realize is that finding a new job or changing careers takes planning. It isn’t something you throw together over the weekend. Planning is an important first step With a plan in place, you will be able to take action and get results. Th ..read more
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How to Write a Resume – Tips (2)
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by Roland
1y ago
How to Write a Resume Continued… Here we will try to explain the different types of resume formats that are available and the cons and pitfalls different versions may have on how to write a resume.  Reverse chronological resume: The reverse chronological resume is by far the most common resume format used on the market, and is also the preferred style of resume for recruiters and employers alike. We call it “reverse chronological” as the resume starts by listing your most recent position first and then work backwards in date order. This style of resume works very well for those who have a ..read more
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Resume Services – Targeting the Resume
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by Roland
3y ago
Targeting a resume towards a specific market or job can significantly increase the effectiveness of providing a professional resume service. Although we do our best provide a resume that can be used across a number of layers and verticals, in our opinion a resume that has a specific purpose in mind helps to produce a much more effective document. If you are unsure about your market, the first strategy to implement is research. Go on to job websites such as www.seek.com.au and see if you can identify jobs that suit your background and are plentiful. You can always approach niche markets, and so ..read more
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Example Resumes for Australia – EA & PA resume
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by Roland
3y ago
Resume Services – Example Resume (2) The following example resume has been specifically targeted towards EA & PA work. This resume writing style takes on a clear layout with precise wording and was used to target the corporate markets. Key words have been carefully selected and have been integrated into the wording of both the summary and job descriptions.   itouch resume services, experts in resume services and curriculum vitae (CV) writing Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra and nationally. The post Example Resumes for Australia – EA & PA resume appeared first on Resume Sol ..read more
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How to write a resume (3)
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by Roland
3y ago
How to write a resume (3) This is the 3rd part in a series of how to write a resume – giving you insider tips and secrets on how we produce resumes that really worked today’s market. Let’s address the issue of where to place qualifications. If you were to ask this question to HR professionals, recruiters or any professional, you will receive conflicting reports and advice. That is because there is no hard and fast rule, and everyone has an opinion. However, in our opinion we take the following lines: If you are starting off your career, and you hold suitable qualifications such as diplomas, de ..read more
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The Best Free Australian Salary Surveys
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by Roland
3y ago
Knowing your market worth can be an extremely useful negotiating tool for pay reviews and when applying to new jobs. So, are you being paid the going rate? Thankfully, there’s a refreshing number of online tools (Free Australian Salary Surveys) out there which make the process of finding your market worth way easier. Here, we look at some of the more popular Free Australian Salary Surveys . Hays Australia https://www.hays.com.au/HaysSalaryGuide/index.htm This is the most graphically pleasing of all the surveys. Click on the “salary check” button and you’ll be presented with a number of drop-do ..read more
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Counteroffers by itouch resume services
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by Roland
3y ago
Before You Accept A Counteroffer… Through many years of experience, it is safe to advise entirely against accepting a counteroffer. A counteroffer is an inducement from your current employer to get you to stay with the company even though you’ve announced your intentions to accept a position with another firm. With a true counteroffer, there must be an actual threat to quit. In only rare cases does the counteroffer actually benefit the employee. Most counter offers appear to be that “rare case”. Consider the problem in it’s proper perspective, What really goes through a boss’s mind when someon ..read more
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Competency Questions (4) by itouch resume services
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by Roland
3y ago
Part 4 of our interview question guide. 15. Team Work / Motivation Tell me about some of the toughest groups that you have had to get co-operation from. What did you do? Did you have any formal authority? How often do you attend meetings with your peers? What role did you play in the last meeting? What are some of the most difficult one-on-one meetings that you have had with other members of your company? Why were they difficult? Tell me about a time when you got a group to do something. We’ve all had to deal with difficult people. Give me some examples of when this has happened to you. Why wa ..read more
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How to write a resume (4)
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by Roland
3y ago
How to write a resume (4) – Avoiding too much noise. This is the 4th part of our insider tips into “how to write a resume”. One of the primary reasons for rejections is lack of identity or understanding of the resume and how it aligns with the vacancy you are applying for. A symptom of this problem relates to too much information and not enough direction. This often happens when the person who has written the resume has tried to include everything  which has ultimately resulted in a “hybrid”  resume/CV that has too much content  i.e. too much unnecessary information. Recruiters need to be able ..read more
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Panel Interviews
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by Roland
3y ago
Panel Interviews are quite possibly one of the more difficult types of interview processes, especially when the panel consists of three or more different representatives. It can easily feel like you’re being interrogated as opposed to being interviewed, and it’s harder to build personal rapport compared to that of a normal “one on one” interview. That said, it is still an interview and if you take control of how you perform and don’t get pressured, you’ll easily find a way round the interview. Tips: Prior to the interview, try to establish whether there will be an agenda that will be followed ..read more
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