Sunday, 28 March 2010

resume-evaluation

As compared to a jobseeker writing her own resume, a resume written by a professional expert resume-writer would any day prove better.
But
Before sending that well-written resume to a recruiter, can a jobseeker figure-out in advance what would happen if that resume
 gets ” rated / ranked and scored ” by recruiter ?
 gets compared automatically with resumes of other applicants ?
Will she get an interview-call ?
She can – if she will only type ” Resume Rater ” in Google / Yahoo / Bing , and download this software tool ( free and without even login ) from any of the 35+ websites.
Resume Rater mimics the ” resume-evaluation ” process of recruiters’ minds but does it in an unbiased / objective way.
Resume Rater is absolutely non – discriminatory.

Regards
hemen parekh

Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Once You’re in the Process of a Search…Now What?

There was a time when jobseekers pored over the ” Recruitment / Hiring ” sections of newspapers, searching for suitable jobs, for hours-on-end.
Then, with the arrival of internet , came job-portals, which were amongst the earliest websites.
Whereas considerable refinements have taken place in respect of resume-posting and resume-searching, job-searches have largely remained the same – with the jobseekers having to spend an enormous amount of time online.
I have tried to simplify and speed-up job-searches thru Magic Cube Job-Search on
http://www.CustomizeResume.com
No “ Rocket – Science “ this !
One of these days, someone is bound to come-up with even better ” Geodesic Job – Search” which will have jobs listed on hundreds of faces against only 3 faces of Magic Cube – till someone cleverer makes job-search obsolete thru a personal job-search agent !
Regards
hemen parekh

Monday, 22 March 2010

Recruitment / Hiring

There was a time when jobseekers pored over the ” Recruitment / Hiring ” sections of newspapers, searching for suitable jobs, for hours-on-end.
Then, with the arrival of internet , came job-portals, which were amongst the earliest websites.
Whereas considerable refinements have taken place in respect of resume-posting and resume-searching, job-searches have largely remained the same – with the jobseekers having to spend an enormous amount of time online.
I have tried to simplify and speed-up job-searches thru Magic Cube Job-Search on http://www.CustomizeResume.com
No “ Rocket – Science “ this !
One of these days, someone is bound to come-up with even better ” Geodesic Job – Search” which will have jobs listed on hundreds of faces against only 3 faces of Magic Cube – till someone cleverer makes job-search obsolete thru a personal job-search agent !
Regards
hemen parekh
hcp@RecruitGuru.com
Mumbai – India

Friday, 12 March 2010

Interactive resume


Most jobseekers depend upon expert resume writers – which is a sensible thing to do. Such professionally prepared resumes stand a better chance of catching a recruiter’s attention.

But it is no more enough to “ catch attention “.

A resume must succeed in “ amazing “ any recruiter – by being “ Interactive “.

In a resume, a recruiter should be able to find additional information about a candidate by

>  viewing “ analytical “ graphs – rather than reading

>  clicking on “ knowledge / skill “ –related keywords

>  clicking on Candidate-Name / Birth date / City location

You will find this at  www.CustomizeResume.com

I will appreciate suggestions for further improvements.

With regards

hemen parekh