Entries by Joseph Chris

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

A valid question asked at one point in time in our professional or personal lives. Or in some cases, just singing along in the car with The Clash on the way to office will suffice, no air guitar performances though, please! Safety first! I enjoy music. All kinds of music. I grew up studying classical […]

Changes in Hiring Operations

Changes in Hiring Operations: We here at Joseph Chris Partners are consultants and recruiters for builders and developers working with human resource departments as well as hiring managers and corporate leaders. Through our work, we have noticed many changes to our clients’ hiring operations over the past few years. 1. RECRUITING Medium to large builders […]

Integrity and Recruiting

I practiced law for 13 years, and in that time, I heard a lot of lawyer jokes. And I get why: you only need them when something is wrong, and they usually cost you money you would rather spend on anything else. They rank just barely above politicians and debt collectors on the Top 10 […]

Best Way to Write Core Competencies in a Resume

The University of Victoria describes professional competencies as the skills, attributes and knowledge that “are specifically valued by the professional associations and bodies connected to your future profession”. Others also define it as your expertise and knowledge in a given area, which, in this case, refers to your job duties and responsibilities. Adding a list […]

List Of Good Buzzwords For Resume

Did you know that there are words recruiters hate to see on a resume? Words, phrases and jargons that are considered overused and abused would make your CV less desirable, resulting to your chances of getting the job being shot. Some of the words that are best avoided include go-getter, go-to person, strategic thinker, detail-oriented, […]

Best Resume Format For Executives

A good executive resume has what it takes to answer your employer’s key question that is—“What is in it for me?” As it will be reviewed by top-level recruiters, such as the CEO, COO, CFO or any member of the board, make sure that it will let them know how you will be able to […]

Best Margins For Resume

When formatting your resume, it is important to use standard resume margin guidelines, as this will make your resume properly laid out on the page/s and look professional. Basically, the shape of a resume pertains to its look’s overall impact on the reader, without him or her taking into account the significance or meaning of […]

Best Font For Executive Resume

Want to make sure your resume for an executive position will really appeal to the one reviewing it? A good place to start is to type it using a legible and professional-looking font. You might think that you are the perfect candidate, but you would never know if the hiring manager can properly make out […]

Best Adjectives To Describe Yourself On a Resume

Can a single word make or break your job application? The answer is definitely a big “YES!” Some powerful adjectives can set a tone for your resume and help it excel over other CVs. As many people believe, using the same adjectives recruiters and employers use in their job postings would be helpful, where many […]

How To Write Accomplishment Statements For Resume

Whether you are applying for your first job or hopping to a new one, it is important to prepare before the interview and make an impression. How else can you do this even before you answer the first question in a face-to-face interview? Write an effective and impressive resume. A good resume has to include […]