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How to Work With a Recruiter
Most people know what recruiters do, but there is some confusion about how recruiters work. If you’re looking for a role in fraud prevention, detection or investigation, learn what you should know from Kathy Lavinder, owner and Executive Director of Security & Investigative Placement Consultants.
5 Things You Should Never Put on Your Résumé
Applying for a job is all about making good impressions, and making them fast. Before you worry about nailing that interview, you need to focus on what kind of impression your résumé is giving. Your résumé should be clear and concise – be sure to leave off these five items.
The Most Important Part of Your Résumé Is One You Haven't Even Written Yet
Creating a professional summary, or “professional brand profile,” as my colleagues and I call it, is the single most important thing you can do to improve your résumé and make yourself stand out among a sea of applicants.
This Common Résumé Mistake Could Cost You a Job
Be careful of how you represent your experiences. A résumé often serves as the outline to a background check: Your employer may check employment dates, job titles, and academic degrees, among other things. So you should assume that everything that can be verified will be verified.
6 Steps to Customizing Your Resume to the Job
Employers are awash in a sea of résumés. That’s why you should customize yours to the particular job you’re applying for. This will make you a stronger candidate because your résumé will better reflect what the employer wants.
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Book: Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters 3.0: How to Stand Out from the Crowd and Tap into the Hidden Job Market
2014 Report to the Nations
The ACFE's 2014 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse is based on data compiled from a study of 1,483 cases of occupational fraud that occurred worldwide between January 2012 and December 2013. All information was provided by the CFEs who investigated those cases. The fraud cases in our study came from more than 100 nations — providing a truly global view into the plague of occupational fraud.
2013/2014 Compensation Guide for Anti-Fraud Professionals
The ACFE has completed its 2013/2014 Compensation Guide for Anti-Fraud Professionals. The information contained here is based on a global salary survey conducted by an independent research group, Industry Insights Inc., and completed by 5,486 anti-fraud professionals worldwide.
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