OneSource Distributors celebrated their 30 year anniversary with an open house and product showcase at their Oceanside facility on April 30th. Customers enjoyed a Cinco de Mayo fiesta which included a Mexican lunch from I Love Tacos out of San Diego. The lunch spread even included roasted corn from The Corn Specialist. A Mariachi band entertained guests throughout the lunch hour.
The goal of any hiring manager, recruiter or employer is to find the best person out there for the job. However, that person rarely is found or, if located, is not interested in a new opportunity. As much as we want to hire the greatest candidate, most of the time we have to open the door a little wider to meet realistic expectations.
As a continuation of last month’s column entitled “Where Have All of the Good Résumés Gone?” let’s focus on the specifics of what a good résumé should include. How many pages? What needs to be included and what can be excluded? What do we like to see and what makes us cringe?
by Wayne John Résumés are a critical part of the interview process, much to the dismay of many hiring managers and recruiters. The reason? Many résumés are not well-written or formatted, and some are just frighteningly terrible. We will visit this topic multiple times in 2013 as a poor résumé can shut someone down even [...]
by Wayne John One day, you wake up, everything is going well. You go into work, probably on a Friday. The afternoon comes and you’re invited to have a little chat with your manager. Within a few moments your life has changed. You no longer have a job. What happens now? As many of us [...]