Strategic Business Management Includes Revenue
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Hi,I have worked as a HR recruiter for 1 year but I have to leave the job due to some problem.Now there has been a gap of 3 years.Please suggest how to write my cv effectively so that I can get a job again.
22nd January 2012 From India, Calcutta
Dear Ms. Premilaa,
Inspite of the gap, having worked as RECRUITER for ONE YEAR, still you want inputs to draft a EFFECTIVE CV?
Haven't you screened the BEST or EFFECTIVE CV's during your service period?
Haven't you come across a CV which you had ADMIRED or made you INSPIRED?
Please recollect as much as you can. You must be knowing much more than a normal employee does because RECRUITERS normally SCREEN CV'S based on certain CRITERIA. If i am wrong, please do correct me.
You can also search this website for more information.
With profound regards
22nd January 2012 From India, Chennai
Dear Ms. Premila
You were not confused but, your MOTIVATION and SELF-CONFIDENCE LEVEL is/was LOW. Please boost your SELF-CONFIDENCE LEVEL by SELF MOTIVATIONAL techniques rather LETTING YOURSELF DOWN.
When you have the TALENT, why don't you EXPLORE IT TO THE MAXIMUM LEVEL. You will never succeed in knowing "WHO YOU ARE" unless YOU UNLEASH YOUR HIDDEN TALENT with a POSITIVE ATTITUDE(MINDSET)
If you need further information about DRAFTING A CV, please draft and upload your CV, will guide you to the best of my knowledge. No doubt, you will aslo receive support from this community members.
Good Luck.
With profound regards

23rd January 2012 From India, Chennai
Dear Ms Premila
You need to start somewhere as the famous saying goes The very start itself is considered as half done. To begin with make your CV in four parts as under.
1 First Part your personal details
2. Second Part your qualifications
3. Third Part your Experience
4. Fourth Part your achievements.
Upload it in this forum, then you see help would pour in to refine it.
24th January 2012 From India, Mumbai
Ms.Prameela You can show the 3 years period in Resume stating that you worked in consultancy firm/ worked in Advocate firm/work at home jobs etc. D.Gurumurthy LL.HR&IR consultant
25th January 2012 From India, Hyderabad
Hello Hi,
This is Ramya, I have 4yrs of work experience in HR, but not getting good pay for my experience, kindly let me know the reasons for this??? but the company i have worked is very good and nice, turn over of the company is also good, but i dnt know wat i have to improve my self, kindly suggest me.
25th January 2012 From India, Tirupati
hi this is mahee done MBA, but still unable to find a job for myself since 1 yr due to fear and lack of confidence.kindly advise me how to cope up my confidence levels and improve my vocabulary as soon as posssible.
30th January 2012 From India, Hyderabad
I wanted to know if there is any difference between Cover letter and Motivation letter.I am asked to write a motivation letter for a job I am applying for.It is a NGO and I don't know what and how to write.Please help me.
22nd February 2012 From India, Calcutta
Check this link it might help
Resume preparing tips for experienced
22nd February 2012 From India, Hyderabad
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