What could be simpler than dropping off your resume? Gee, a no brainer right? Just a minute, don’t be so fast to discount the impact of your presence at the front desk when you leave your resume. Presentation during this action is as important as any other contact you may have with the employer or the employer’s representatives. Some employers instruct their office staff to make note of attitude and clothing when a potential applicant comes in. Often, these same employers have opted for this process specifically to gain insight into the possible candidate. There is so much more to know about the process of dropping off your resume or application and how to be successful while doing so. The linked article will educate you on protocol and other details necessary to be successful.
Dillon Job Service staff can administer testing to allow you to determine your current skill level. Employment Specialists can review your Cover Letter or resume and provide assistance in identifying information necessary to gain the employer’s attention to your skills and experience. Come see us today at 730 N. Montana St, Suite #4 (across from Subway) in Dillon, MT.
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