Brits get knickers in a twist over Americanisms.
Find out what the most common CV mistakes are and which UK regions host the most culprits.
9Sharp, an online platform for users to create their digital identity into one customisable, multilingual profile, has announced a number of upgraded features to enable professionals to network and showcase their work.
CVs that claim to be able to take a ‘helicopter view,’ be ‘results-orientated’ or are capable of ‘shifting the paradigm’ are 72 percent less likely to get candidates through to interview or to secure a job because they contain so much jargon.
New research from LifeSkills created by Barclays has revealed that young people in Britain are embarrassed by promoting their achievements professionally, despite being supposedly obsessed with ‘selfies’ and self promotion via social media.
CVs should be submitted to employers anonymously to ensure that more British Muslims are employed in top professions in the UK. Demos, one of Britain’s leading cross party thinktanks, made the recommendation in a new report ‘Rising to the Top’, which notes that only 16% of British Muslims are currently in senior roles, fewer people than any other religious group.
Recruiting the best talent has become even more of a challenge with noticeable errors in nearly two thirds (63%) of job applications in the first quarter of 2015.
A new poll reveals that UK employers find spelling and grammar mistakes in CVs the most annoying. Other annoyances include incorrect and irrelevant information.
Not everyone’s content with a title like ‘Marketing Executive’ it would seem…