HOW TO WORK WITH RECRUITERS
We are in the midst of the worst economy since the great depression. Unemployment is expensive, and it leads to a loss of self-esteem, stress, and strained relationships. Cheryl Palmer is a career coach and a certified professional resume writer who is committed to assisting job seekers searching for a job more effectively in a tight market. On Thursday, December 9th at 7:00pm Eastern Time she will be teaming up with Royal Bacote, a recruiter, to offer a complimentary webinar where you will learn exactly how you can best use a recruiter to help you land a position.
During the webinar you will learn:
- How to find an experienced recruiter
- Questions to ask recruiters before you submit your resume
- How recruiters choose which candidates to submit
How to Work with Recruiters Webinar
Thursday, December 9, 2010 at 7pm Eastern Time
Grab your spot in our next webinar by completing the sign-up box above.
A recording will be provided for registrants who are unable to make the webinar.
Presented By Cheryl Palmer:
Cheryl Palmer, M.Ed., CECC, CPRW, is the President of Call to Career. Call to Career is an Executive Coaching Firm. Executives hire Cheryl to:
• Achieve peak performance in the Executive Social Media Job Seekers Acceleration Program
• Create a compelling resume that generate more interviews
• Leverage their strengths and gain a competitive advantage in a tough job market
As a career expert Ms. Palmer has been quoted or appeared in media outlets such as:
• The Wall Street Journal,
• Fox Business News
• The Ladders,
• ExecuNet, and
Ms. Palmer has serviced thousands of clients to date and is the founder of Call to Career, a career coaching firm that assists people in finding their niche or calling in life as well as finding new employment in a difficult economy. Before embarking on this business venture, she served as the director of the Career Resource Center at the U.S. Department of Transportation as a contractor. The Center provided monthly career seminars as well as customized seminars for special groups, career development computer programs, a video learning laboratory, a career development library, and individual career assistance.