“Why do you want to leave your current employer?” I got a call from a candidate this week. He’s interviewing for a new job, and was looking for advice on how to handle this common … Continued
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The latest news from SCL, including company announcements, blog articles, and useful resources from around the web.
If you’re looking for work, make sure your LinkedIn profile is up to date, and as complete as you can possibly make it! Here are a few quick tips to help you optimize your LinkedIn … Continued
Over 75% of jobs are filled through networking, not job postings! But traditional networking events are not an option in today’s post-COVID environment. So how can we network for career development? One of the best … Continued
Over 80% of the resumes I receive only list duties and responsibilities instead of displaying accomplishments and achievements. This is a big mistake, particularly in the data-driven world of supply chain! How to Display Accomplishments … Continued
“How do I get a recruiter to help me get a job?” Recruiters will help you if they believe you will bring value to their clients. How to accomplish this? First, define your ideal job. … Continued
Thanks Jim Wyer and your students for allowing me to share some ideas about building a career in supply chain in our current COVID pandemic environment.
Posted on LinkedIn – May 25, 2020 Thanks Jim Wyer for asking me to prepare a presentation for your Supply Chain Management students at Seneca College this evening. When preparing to teach, I find that … Continued
It’s the new normal. Since the COVID pandemic began, video interviews are now standard for job seekers, so if you’re looking for a new role, it’s almost guaranteed that you will be subjected to a … Continued
The vast majority of headhunters and corporate recruiters use an Applicant Tracking System, ATS for short. The ATS is a database that stores information on candidates and helps recruiters quickly match a candidate’s background to … Continued
As a recruiter specializing in logistics recruitment, a lot of resumes come across my desk. Unfortunately, the majority of those resumes go into the recycling bin. Why? There are two main reasons we reject resumes … Continued