If you have been laid-off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, here's how to cover it on your resume based on two scenarios.
By being aware of key results of the Canadian 2020 Edelman Trust Barometer, communication professionals can create strategies that resonate with audiences based on the current state of trust.
Being strategic about the contact info on your resume, including your address, email, phone numbers and social media handles, can help you get the job.
Self-care is all the rage right now. Why? It’s probably because just a few years ago, it was thought of as cool to be extremely busy. Being really busy with work, family, friends and other interests earned bragging rights. But eventually, burnout, demotivation and exhaustion set in, and being busy wasn’t trendy anymore. Self-care can... Continue Reading →
Searching for a job is a job in itself! We put hours into our resumes. We often think that this effort won’t go to waste, as many of us assume that the person who reviews our resume will spend lots of time doing so. However, a study of the people who screen resumes revealed that... Continue Reading →
Picture yourself at a job interview. You might be seated across from a hiring manager in a boardroom, or sitting with your potential new boss in their office. You’re wearing your favourite interview-appropriate outfit. You’ve prepared for the interview based on tips from recruiters. You answer the interviewer’s questions and clearly, concisely and convincingly share... Continue Reading →
It’s been years since I’ve needed to crack open a textbook, make notes, study and write a test. Not since completing my undergraduate degree and post-graduate certificate years ago have I needed to review, digest and apply a course-load of information and then demonstrate mastery of it during one written exam. This is unfortunate, because... Continue Reading →