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Facilitation Skills: The Important Portion of Consultation Abilities Training

05th January 2012
As the consultant, you are an expert for a specific topic. This can mean that you're an expert business software designer, an established sales mentor, a proficient graphic designer, a professional content strategist, or an expert on just about anything e... Read >
Author: Chris

Get A Help Desk Job By Writing An Effective Cover Letter

06th March 2011
In the first few sentences you need to explain where you found the job marketed with the job posting date. A cover letter should always be humble, short, up to the point, polite, proficient etc. Always try to write new sentences as it prevents the employe... Read >
Author: Tricia Bruce

Why employee background check is required

06th August 2010
There was a news item about Accenture recently in which the company was sued by a former employee who said that it had discriminated against him after discovering a decade old conviction for felony in his records. This incident has sparked considerable de... Read >
Author: orsondixon

How Many Jobs Should You Put on a Resume?

26th May 2010
Effective resume writing involves writing down all essential information such as qualification, work experience, if any, personal details and contact numbers. It is not essentially important to mention all there is to write. All work experiences do not al... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

How To Write The Perfect Pub Manager CV

01st March 2010
In writing a curriculum vitae, you should keep in mind that the person who will be reading it does not have any idea about you at all; except for the information that you provide in your CV. Another important thing to note of, is that first impressions la... Read >
Author: JohnnySmith

How To Write The Perfect Head Chef CV

01st March 2010
In applying as a chef, one of the nicest things about it is that you can actually establish a level of expertise and competency. While it is true that there are probably thousands of chefs out there, the level of competency and expertise vary from person ... Read >
Author: JohnnySmith

Working as a Doctor in the UK

24th December 2005
"Doctors can choose to work through recruitment agencies or apply directly to employers. Agencies will generally pay a higher hourly rate as well as offering a wider variety of work experiences. A number of UK employers have a proactive approach to recrui... Read >
Author: Robert No Last Name
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