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Before Giving Your Potential New Employer Your Reference List

Before giving your potential new employer your reference list, consider being sure to complete the following: Make a list, check the list twice, touch base with those you plan to include, fill in the details, do a double check, complete a final draft, send a thank you. Read more

Two in Three Job Hunters Put Mistakes in their Applications

According to HireRight, about 63% of employee applications in the beginning of the year contained inaccuracies, with education being the No. 1 section to contain mistakes. Those jobseekers may be rushing through the application process or deliberately providing misleading information, exposing a business to risks. Errors were especially high in the financial services industry, with […]

Before Giving Your Potential New Employer Your Reference List, Follow These Tips

While not all employers will ask for references, it’s important to put some thought into who you might include if asked to do so. Consider your employment history and jot down anyone who might be willing to speak for you, steering clear of anyone who did not regularly review your work. Call each reference for […]

6 Common Misconceptions About Employment Background Checks

Myth #1: Employers are only looking to see if your resume is accurate; Myth #2: You can lie about how much you made at previous jobs. A prospective employer can ask your former employer or request copies of your W-2 forms. Myth #3: Employers simply call the references you provide. An employer may choose to […]

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