Feb 28 2011
1. ‘Choose and Use References Proactively’
References are often taken for granted; we assume that when a potential employer contacts our previous employers, correct work dates, titles and compensation firgures will automatically be provided. However, this is often not the case. Instead, you must proactively verify that all your resume details and information you pass to potential new employers must match those held by previous employers. Read on to learn how to approach referencing correctly.
2. Telephone Interview Tips
Hiring managers and executive recruiters are increasingly using telephone interviews as an initial communication method in order to screen hundreds of executive candidates and save long-distance travel. Use this article as a starting point to prepare for executive interviews conducted via telephone.
3. Add-ons to the Resume
Check out these 4 add-ons to a resume that every executive should have ready.
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This article was written by Christian Pielow from the Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC).
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