LightShow West is the only trade show and conference specifically created for West Coast specifiers of commercial, architectural and high design lighting products. Celebrating our 10th year, this LightShow West event offered MORE seminars … with wider learning unit options.
The one thing that we’ve always looked forward to since we were mid-career, is the luxury of retirement and the knowledge that we would never have to work anymore. Some retirees will be financially set; allowing them the option to return to the work force simply because they enjoy it. Others will find it a necessity due to inadequate retirement funds or planning.
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?