Resume drafting is it’s own unique torture. First, there’s pressure because you very much want to secure a new job. Second, you can no longer recall much of what you did even a year ago. And on top of that it is really hard to sell yourself. For those of you who have started the New Year with a search for greener career pastures here are 5 tips featured in my Slaw.ca column to help you to create a resume that succeeds at highlighting your unique strengths. Read More.
I always advocate preparing some questions to ask during your job interview. Here’s a great video from Business Insider with 7 questions to ask at the end of the interview. You can modify these to suit your situation.