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04 Mar
2015

Sanaa AbdulRahiman

Associate Director

10 Free Sources for Resume Templates

This post originally appeared on Job Search Ninja   The job counseling experts at Integrity Staffing solutions have pooled our vast experience in reading successful (and unsuccessful) resumes, and come up with our 10 top websites for pre-built resume and cover letter documents … all for FREE.   Instant Resume Templates Choose from 186 templates, which are organized by type of work (professional, academic, etc.) and skill level (management, entry level, career change, student).   Hloom With 279 free templates in Microsoft Word,

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04 Mar
2015

Saba Ahmad Khan

Head of Research

How to Start a New Job the Right Way

This post originally appeared on About Careers by Alison Doyle   You’ve just been hired for a new job, and you’re excited to get started.  What to do next?  Take a little time to celebrate after your job search, and then take the time to prepare to start your new job so you can make the best first-day impression.   You will need to figure out a start date if you haven’t already. You’ll also need to take care of household business, so you can focus all your energy on your new position.  If you need to catch up on doctor or dentist a

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03 Mar
2015

Aya Mohamed

Associate Consultant

Grade A job advice for new graduates

This post originally appeared on BBC Capital by Elizabeth Garone   Depending on where you live, university graduation season is approaching — or already in full swing. Those who have already nabbed job offers will greet graduation day with joy. But many others, who have not nailed down a job yet, face it with dread. In 2013, there were 74.5m unemployed young people aged 15 to 24 worldwide, according to the International Labour Organisation, and that number is expected to grow this year.   The good news? It is never too late in the game to land that dream positi

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03 Mar
2015

mariam ejjiar

associate consultant

That’s not my job!

This post originally appeared on BBC Capital by Elizabeth Garone   If a boss asks you to do something that is not in your job description once, you might feel you have no choice but to do it.   A one-off request, perhaps you do as a favour, not even giving it a second thought. But what if it becomes a pattern? One day, it’s an emergency dry cleaning drop-off, the next it’s picking up his kids at soccer or taking out the rubbish. At what point are such requests inappropriate?   The problem with these favours, sadly, is that often they aren’t

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03 Mar
2015

Aarushi Singhal

Search Consultant

Four simple ways to earn the trust of others

This post originally appeared on BBC Capital by Lucy Marcus   "Trust me."   The phrase is used so frequently it has become almost meaningless. Of course, everyone wants trust. Companies want you to trust them. Colleagues want and need your trust to get their work done.   In many ways, trust is the glue that holds us together, in turn making our interactions work more smoothly. We buy and sell things to other people via eBay and the transaction is based on trust. We get into other people's cars with a service like Uber or let strangers stay in

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03 Mar
2015

Deepa Bhargava

Search Consultant

The secret of thinking small to win big

This post originally appeared on BBC Capital by Sydney Finkelstein   Simplicity. It doesn’t just make your everyday life better — there’s an equally big payoff to companies that embrace the logic of simplicity, especially when undertaking what sound like complex initiatives.     What could be more complex than mergers and acquisitions? Here’s the formula: take one company, combine it with another, somehow get all the moving parts to play nice together, and thereby generate more benefits than you could have achieved on your own. Chief ex

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03 Mar
2015

Shahd Kandiel

Search Consultant

Newly minted MBA? It's the best job market in years

This post originally appeared on BBC Capital by Andrew Eder   Times are good at the Wisconsin School of Business.     In a positive sign for its newly minted graduates, job postings so far in 2015 are up 36% from the year before. What’s more, the Madison, Wisconsin-based university hosted more than 300 companies during a career fair in December, where recruiters competed for top talent. The school’s master of business administration programme expects the best results in years in placing graduating students in full-time jobs.   Other busi

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02 Mar
2015

Nariman Maher

Associate Director

2 monumental reasons for soft skills on your resume

This post originally appeared on Cube Rules By Scot Herrick       When we think of job skills on our resumes, we usually think of direct job skills — our education, certifications, programming languages, etc. Then we ignore our skills relating to teamwork or emotional maturity because, well, they are hard to quantify. And besides, who wants to talk about how great they are at working with others and helping the team? It seems selfish or bragging or something.   Well, you need to have soft skills on your resume. Having soft skills on the resume is a s

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02 Mar
2015

mariam ejjiar

associate consultant

Job Search: How To Write Accomplishment Stories

This post originally appeared on Careerealism By Heather Huhman   During your job search, it’s vital to be confident in your abilities and accomplishments from your past experience. An employer won’t be able to figure these things out (nor should they have to).   You need to sell yourself sufficiently in order to make them believe you are the best fit for the opening.   Do you know how to convey your accomplishments through telling compelling stories on your resume, cover letter, and networking opportunities? The key to creating a good accomplishmen

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02 Mar
2015

Habiba Fouad

Senior Executive Search Consultant

5 Ideas That Can Accelerate Your Leadership

This post originally appeared on Careerealism By Deborah Shane   “Leadership is much more an art, a belief, a condition of the heart, than a set of things to do.” (Max De Pree)   A little while back, I was very inspired by the people and presenters at our “Empowering Women in Leadership” event. We covered and discussed growing into your potential, influence vs. authority, leadership defined through personal, business and family, and the future of how women can grow into their leadership.   The data and trends strongly point to women cont

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