Your job interview’s coming up. You have prepared yourself very well for the interview: You know exactly what you’re going to say about yourself. Nothing will upset you. But then you remember: “What am I supposed to wear?”Read More
In times of Facebook, Instagram, and Co. we are used to evaluate products, people, or content overall quickly and without much effort. A simple click on the “Like”-button – poof, everyone can see that I agree with the content presented.Read More
In times of corona and social distancing, many people think about their current job situation. Thanks to the newly gained free time – for example, the saved commute to work thanks to the home office – you have a little more time to deal with yourself and your professional ideas. This raises questions such as: Am I satisfied? Does the job still suit me? Does my work still fulfill me?Read More
Perhaps you have already asked yourself whether you should state your salary requirement directly in your application. It is not uncommon for the job advertisement to contain sentences such as “Please apply and state your desired salary” or the applicant portal generally asks you to state your desired salary. This causes many applicants headaches.Read More
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
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.