Welcome to Employment Issues where each resume is backed by 20 years of Recruiting, Hiring and HR Management!



Today's job search is about having the skills, experience, and value needed to get the job done!! But a great resume is also about being DISCOVERED, read, and evaluated!

We assist you in posting your resume and ways to reach out to sources that fit your skills and background!

Employment Issues can also help you determine your value, what your top Soft and Hard Skills are and how to present them in an interview!

We work together to discover:

Your value$  Are you being paid fairly?

Why should anyone hire you?

                           What will you bring to the company?                       

       What are your transferrable skills?

      What are your valuable Job skills?

        What are your Special Accomplishments?

       

Each resume client will receive a free copy of: 

"Your Job Search Guide"!

 "Your Interviewing Guide"!   

A $50.00 Value 

We offer many styles of resumes and include 2 Cover Letters

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Top 10 Reasons for "Resume Rejection"!

  • 1 No Profile or Summary
  • 2 No Skills/Strengths Focus
  • 3 No Position Focus
  • 4 Position Jumping
  • 5 Poor Work History
  • 6 Unclear Work History
  • 7 No Accomplishments
  • 8 Too Much Information
  • 9 Residence / Location
  • 10 Typos, Mistakes
  • 11 No industry Focus

Having a professionally prepared resume greatly improves your response rate.

It can even increase your pay rate by showing your professionalism.

Your resume writer will be your “job search partner”; it's nice to have someone on "Your Team"!

We approach resume creation from the view of the Hiring Manager.  A Hiring Manager has many things to take into consideration when hiring, I know what they are!

Your resume is a "Marketing Tool"!    It's an "Advertisement" that needs to get your point across in 10 seconds!   

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A good resume makes

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Resumes vs Employment Applications

There seems to be an incredible amount of confusion over WHY can’t a company just use the resume as an application document for employees?  Why do applicants need to fill out an Employment Application prior to hiring and interviewing? 

A Resume is a 10 seconds advertisement to entice a prospective employer to call you for either more info or an interview!  A Cover Letter is a way to tell why you are sending your resume or state any additional information, it is NOT an Employment Application!

An Employment Application:

.... is a “Legal Document” that requires a signature to confirm that all the information on the Employment Application is true, 

.... gives the Hiring/HR Manager permission to run background checks,

..... will ask about criminal convictions,

..... confirms that the person does in fact have the education and certification needed to perform in the job,

..... contains information about dates of employment,

..... contains names and contact information for references,

.....  protects other employees and the company from hiring people who could put others at risk,

.....  is commonly asked for before interviewing.

Without a signed Employment Application, a company would not have validation that a child’s teacher is in fact licensed by the state to be a teacher.  It confirms that a doctor is really a certified doctor, etc.  It confirms that a truck driver doesn't have a felony, etc.  Yes, there is additional documentation needed if an actual Offer of Employment is made.  Many companies don't want to waste time interviewing someone without an assurance that a clean criminal background is confirmed.  There are certain positions and companies that are very strict - think teachers, security officers, IT people, medical doctors, etc.