Posts Tagged ‘resumes’

Can years of education predict work performance?

I received a lot of positive feedback in response to my last blog Why many CEOs fail: They talk smart but don’t act smart. Clearly many people in the recruitment sector have witnessed the same thing whether inside their own company or inside a client’s company. Looking at the recent actions of President Trump, it’s obvious…

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How hiring mistakes are made

For those of us who follow the AFL version of football in this country, you couldn’t help but know that last week, perennial bad boy Brendan Fevola was in trouble, yet again. Fevola is alleged to have exposed himself to a Brisbane mother at a Club Family Day.   Fevola’s club, the Brisbane Lions, responding…

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The Resume – what future?

Over the summer holidays I tidied out a few cupboards and in doing so I found an old scrapbook that I started putting together about 30 years ago. It contained an array of reminders from my (mostly) forgotten youth, ranging from:     • cricket reports (‘…Clennett top scored with a fine 75′)    …

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