Landing an interview, let alone a job has never been tougher as we enter 2013. Job seekers still outnumber jobs available by four to one, not very good odds. And one of the biggest obstacles job hunters face is how to present and describe themselves in simple yet compelling language. Do you know who you are?
And stagnant. Your resume probably reads like a job description.
When recruiters and hiring managers stop being human, they'll stop having biases. Biases can be all over the place, legal and illegal -- we just don't know about them.
Hopefully, you are in the perfect place with the perfect people, but, just in case you’re not, I’m going to share a few thoughts, relationship help for a cold office climate.
Want to get the job? Don’t make people hate you by stalking them.
Explained in the simplest terms, headhunters, now often simply called “recruiters” or “staffing professionals” are utilized by companies to help them find candidates, often executives, but increasingly senior level technologists and engineers at both the individual contributor and management levels.