Becky Graebe vividly remembers two things about an Advanced Learning Institute conference in September of 2018 where she joined Danielle Guzman to deliver a presentation about mobilizing employees into authentic brand advocates. The room of 100 people was silent as Guzman described how Employee Advocacy helped make Mercer the talk of the 2018 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. What happened after they left the stage. “Danielle
What You’ll Read How your Employee App can compete with everything else on workers’ mobile devices The importance of not delivering dull and boring in your communications strategy Tips to add creativity that will motivate your people to use their Employee App You have a few free minutes. Maybe
Often times, when you’re applying for any position, there will always be a choice to upload either your resume or your CV. But what exactly is a CV and how is it different from a resume?
Simply put, a CV is a full record of your career history whereas a resume is a brief and specific list of skills and achievements.
Read on as we answer some of the FAQ’s regarding a CV.
Q: Can I use a Resume instead of a CV?
A: Even though these two are very similar, it would be best no to use them interchangeably. A point of consideration is the type of job you are applying for. However, if you are just out of college and applying for an entry level job, it would be best to use a Resume.
Q: What does CV stand for?
A: CV stands for Curriculum Vitae.
Q: What does it indicate when an employer asks for a CV?
A: This is a hint that the employer expects a good amount of professional experience and achievements including education, personal research, presentations or any publications such as papers or books.
Q: How many pages should a CV be?
A: It’s normally agreed to not exceed two pages. However, there is no set limit, but I’ll give some examples. A one page CV is normal for a graduate or someone with a limited career history. A two to three page CV on the other hand is about AVERAGE length.
This dilemma probably will sound familiar to any corporate communicator. Adding to the usual day-to-day duties of telling the brand story, a fire (figuratively speaking) has broken out. Maybe numerous fires. Perhaps it’s a critical need to update the website. Or it’s communicating information about a data breach. Or explaining a management
Education is one of the key sections employers pay attention to on the resume. This section lets your employers know of your background and how well you may fit the role. If your education section is pertinent to the qualifications of the job, this may immediately set you apart from other candidates.
When Bitcoin came to life in 2009, few people outside of computer programmers took note. But since its shadowy beginnings, the idea of cryptocurrency has gone mainstream. Despite the collapse of one of the largest bitcoin exchanges, cryptocurrencies have drawn the interest of everyone from criminals taking advantage of its