Hollander Consultants Fills Deputy Director of Training Position

Written by Matthew Bratschi

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“Ms. Ewing started with Hollander Consultants over one year ago and has shown herself to be quite capable of holding a position of seniority. I believe that she will add a significant presence torepparttar area and will provide much needed support torepparttar 138560 Training Department,” stated Eric Korb, Vice President for Client Services.

Hollander Consultants was recently named one ofrepparttar 138561 top 50 companies to work for in Oregon by Oregon Business magazine,repparttar 138562 leading publication for Oregon businesses. Hollander Consultants is one ofrepparttar 138563 leading national consulting firms in United States and Canada forrepparttar 138564 combined dentistry, optometry and veterinary professions and usesrepparttar 138565 administrative systems developed by business management pioneer, L. Ron Hubbard.

Hollander Consultants can be found online at http://www.hollanderconsultants.com. Hollander Consultants also maintains an online quarterly magazine, Solutions, which is located at http://www.solutionsmags.com.


Director of Public Affairs, Hollander Consultants

The Right Way to Send Your Resume

Written by Don Goodman, President About Jobs

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Print your resume and cover letter on matching stationery, either a white or buff colored 24 lb. paper. Stay away fromrepparttar fancy colors. If you haverepparttar 138542 extra money, a 100% cotton watermarked paper is impressive, but not really necessary. Look atrepparttar 138543 copies to make sure they are neatly printed. Buy matching 9 x 12 envelopes as they will stand out more and your good-looking resume won’t have to be folded. If you can print labels, buyrepparttar 138544 clear kind as they look almost as if they were typed onrepparttar 138545 envelope.

Next, we will make sure that you are noticed because we will be e-mailing and sending your resume and following up with a phone call. Yes, this is aggressive and if you do it correctly, you will definitely be noticed. Followrepparttar 138546 instructions inrepparttar 138547 ad first, so if they say e-mailrepparttar 138548 resume then do that first. Otherwise sendrepparttar 138549 paper copies first and sendrepparttar 138550 e-mail 2 days later, mentioning thatrepparttar 138551 e-mail is a follow-up to your mailed resume. Remember to mark in your Job Search Logrepparttar 138552 date you e-mailed/mailed them.

Finally, prepare to callrepparttar 138553 employer no later than 3 days after your resume has arrived. This is critical as most people don’t do this. Most importantly, develop a phone script to use. If you just say, “I’m calling to see if you got my resume”, then you’ve blown it. Instead show that you know something aboutrepparttar 138554 company and state that you’d really like to know more aboutrepparttar 138555 job. Then ask one or two great questions that demonstrate your knowledge and insights. For example, if you are going for a sales position, ask, “I know your company is growing, is this position for a new territory or an existing one?” If they say it’s a new territory, casually mention how you opened a new territory before and delivered 120% of sales targets. As much as possible try to build a rapport withrepparttar 138556 person you’re speaking with, as employers hire people they like. Key tip: watch your energy level and intonation as they arerepparttar 138557 most important factors that define how you will come across. Be friendly, professional and conversational. End by asking if you may call them again next week to see howrepparttar 138558 selection process is progressing.

Remember that most people don’t follow these steps and if you do, your resume will rise torepparttar 138559 top ofrepparttar 138560 stack!

Don Goodman is a nationally known career expert and President of About Jobs (www.gotthejob.com) a Resume Writing and Job Search Assistance firm. Contact him at 800-909-0109 or by e-mail at success@gotthejob.com.

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