Six-Ten seconds—that’s how much time a recruiter will typically spend on a resume review before deciding whether to put it in the “yes” or “no” stack. That’s a lot of pressure to put on a single piece of paper that basically determines if you’re going to move forward in the job search process. So, to put it simply, you want your resume to be as perfect as humanly possible.
CREATING AND DEVELOPING RESUMES
Your resume, to be effective, needs to be consistent, concise, and clear and easy to read. There are several basic types of resumes used to apply for job openings. Depending on your personal circumstances, choose a chronological, functional, combination, or a targeted resume. Taking the time to choose the best type of resume for your situation is well worth the effort. Consult with a team member from Rainey Enterprises, LLC to discuss the best option for the job you are seeking.
CREATING AND DEVELOPING COVER LETTERS
If the job of the resume is to get you an interview, the job of the cover letter to get your resume read. Cover Letters give you the chance to show your personality.
Qualifications will often land the interview, but executing a successful meeting requires more than just possessing the right skills for the job. Whether your interview skills are rusty, it’s not something you enjoy, or for reasons you’re unaware of your interviews are not landing you the job, we can help.
A mock interview, also known as a practice interview, is a simulation of an actual job interview. It provides you with an opportunity to practice for an interview and receive feedback. A typical mock interview is a practice job interview held with a professional career counselor. A mock interview helps you learn how to answer difficult questions, develop interview strategies, improve your communication skills and reduce your stress before an actual job interview.
When you hear the term "sponsorship letter" – also called a sponsorship proposal – it usually has to do with a request from a nonprofit organization for cash or donations. But whether you run a nonprofit or a for-profit small business, you can still use a sponsorship letter to help rally support for events.
A sponsorship letter is basically just a sponsorship request. This letter asks the recipient to provide money or an in-kind donation – probably the latter when sent from a small business – while detailing what sort of incentives are in it for the donating party
Why do documents need to be notarized? A notary public acts as an impartial third-party witness to not only the signature of a document, but also that all parties who signed a document did so willingly and under their own free will.
Types of documents that may require notarization*:
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Laws vary by state and some documents may require witnesses in addition to the notarization. In most cases, the notary cannot act as a witness. Not all locations support having a witness.