Who would have thought at the turn of the year that a virus would present the global economy with such serious challenges? No matter whether it’s a small business or a large corporation – Corona is catching us all off guard. Is recruiting even worth thinking about in this time of crisis?Read More
In the run-up to this blog article I thought a lot about it and, like many other people perhaps do, I first looked on the Internet to see what has already been written on the subject.
Of course I found a lot – articles with tips & tricks, posts about privacy & information security, but also information about regulated working hours, breaks, and that you shouldn’t forget to go outside sometimes.
CV and certificates – classic components of an application. There are also a few things to keep in mind to make your application a real career booster.
In the last blog post I gave you tips for your cover letter, you can read them again here. Now I will tell you what I pay attention to as a recruiter when it comes to CV and certificates.
The topic of “writing applications” is very controversial. Especially the cover letter causes a lot of worries. The question often arises: “Do I really have to write the cover letter?”
New Work supporters often speak out against the cover letter. The trend is moving towards video applications.
New employees can easily feel overwhelmed at the beginning – How many departments does the company have? What are the principles and values?Read More