Google is your New Resume…..

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Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about, Social Recruiting. Questions you should ask a prospective employer, Why should you hire a veteran, Google is your new resume. If you are looking to hire, stop by and visit  RecruitAlliance.

Questions you should ask a prospective employer: You know you must be prepared to answer difficult questions during an interview – but did you know your prospective employers also expect to be grilled? They take note of candidates who ask smart questions because doing so signals genuine interest in the company and position and shows interviewers that a candidate did their research. Better yet, asking thoughtful questions allows you to evaluate the opportunity and be certain it aligns with your expectations. Remember, an interview is a two-way street. The employer should try to wow you as much as you hope to impress them. ….Read More…

Why should you hire a veteran: For veterans, it’s not always easy to transition into the civilian workforce. After spending years working as a member of an elite team, it can be hard for a veteran to sell themselves to a recruiter or interviewer. They’re used to using language full of acronyms and jargon that only confuse civilians. They may not understand how the skills developed in their military career translate to the civilian world, leaving them at a loss as to what jobs they are qualified for. …Read More…

Google is your new resume: Almost all (91 percent) of US employers have visited a job-hunter’s profile on social networks, and more than 69 percent of employers have rejected some applicants on the basis of what they found. Things that can get you rejected: bad grammar or gross misspelling on your Facebook or LinkedIn profile; anything indicating you lied on your resume; any badmouthing of previous employers; any signs of racism, prejudice, or screwy opinions about stuff; anything indicating alcohol or drug abuse; and any – to put it delicately – inappropriate content, etc. …Read More…

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