Archive for March, 2015
Since I recently presented at DisruptHR Cleveland in early February, I’ve had some time to reflect on this unique and awesome experience. Being a presenter at this movement which is taking HR by storm was an honor, completely exhilarating, and perhaps the closest I have ever come professionally to the “first time.”
Once invited to present, DisruptHR dominated my thoughts for a good part of each day leading up to the night of the event. All of the potential scenarios (from incredible triumph to the most humiliating scenario) constantly swirled throughout my brain. And because I ran all these scenarios through my mind, my preparation for the presentation was intense to minimize the chances of completely humiliating and embarrassing myself.
The weather may not be indicative of the fact, but spring is here – so let’s get down to cleaning up your resume, including what you should remove from your resume. A separate blog article will cover what needs to be included.
In terms of what you should remove from your HR/payroll resume to land a job, consider ditching the following:
In part two of our HR/Payroll resume spring cleaning series we are focusing on both what your resume should include and how it should be crafted. Your content can probably use an overhaul as its not uncommon for candidates to focus on simply describing what happened (what they did) without connecting the dots to how good you are at your job.