I’m sure you’ve heard about the public relations challenge recently faced by Skip the Dishes, the successful food delivery company based in Winnipeg. It was reported that a young applicant was turned down for a second interview because she asked a question about compensation and benefits. The remarks made by the human resource manager suggested that talking about compensation so early in the recruitment process was deemed inappropriate and thus the candidacy opportunity was halted. Now of course, since the candidate posted her dilemma on the internet, Skip the Dishes is scrambling to recover its tarnished public image.
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When it’s time to search for that new role, individuals go through the process of updating their resume to ensure it not only contains the most up to date information, but that it is relevant to the current role that is being considered. Often, today, most resumes are sent online to an email address or uploaded through the company’s website. These methods, although extremely convenient for the individual looking to apply to many roles at the same time and for the employer wanting to receive a number of resumes as efficiently as possible, it really does not offer the individual the opportunity to present himself/ herself in such a way that will make them stand out.