resume. Thursday , February 09th , 2017 - 06:14:08 AM
For work experience, provide a brief summary of the company you are working, and have worked for. Name the job title or designation you hold or presently holding. Specify the number of staff you have supervised or led in any project. Explain clearly what duties you have performed, how you have planned and organize the project requirements, how you manage to coordinate within departments, and with the industrial and residential clients. Include how you have implemented and practiced new changes for customer service. If you have contributed in saving money by cutting unnecessary expenses in the department budget, the employers would be more than happy.
3. Using the cover letter to communicate your desired position instead of making it easily visible in the resume could be a mistake. Your cover letter may not always stay with the resume it gets separated somehow, the person reading the resume won't see it and will have no clue what position you're aiming for.
If you can avoid using a reference from your previous employer then it would be a good idea to do so. However, if you must reference the employer from which you were fired, you might want to try a manager with whom you had a good relationship, despite how you departed. That way, they can focus on your personality or work ethic (if it was good) and not so much on why you were fired.
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