We spoke to a senior person at a national recruitment business recently who said that it is almost impossible to ascertain which candidates are good, which are bad and which are somewhere in between because their CVs just don’t push that information.
If you want to ‘stand out from the crowd’ you need a CV that is more of a business case that explains why someone should hire you.
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Matthew Craven, Managing Director
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CVs need to be optimised for ATS’ (applicant tracking systems) which are programmed to search for certain pieces of information that is then regurgitated and presented to the recruiter or hiring manager in a summarised format. What the ATS finds on your CV and presents to the recruiter might be completely different to your intended message depending on what headings you use and where you include certain pieces of information.Read more