Articles & Resources
Below, you will find links to articles, grouped by subject matter, summarizing our candidates' best practices. We believe that reviewing this information at the beginning of the search process will make our partnership as efficient as possible and bring your search to a prompt and mutually successful outcome.
Recruiting Etiquette - How to Successfully Work with Your Forrer Recruiter
You’ve made the right choice in selecting Forrer & Associates for professional counseling. Research indicates that the most successful professionals – those with jobs in which they excel – got there by keeping abreast of the job market through ongoing relationships with firms such as ours.
Create a Stellar Resume - Keep it Simple, Concise, Orderly and Factual
Writing a resume should be one of the first steps when considering a career move. It's the key that can open new doors to your success, since companies use resumes extensively to screen for potential candidates.
Taking the Next Step in Your Career – A Five-Star Assessment Leads to the Right Position
Changing positions in your career doesn’t have to be a leap of faith or a cold, calculated move. Somewhere in between the two extremes is the path that will lead you to the right position. It takes assessments, planning, a realistic view of potential job offers, and a close working relationship with a recruitment firm that serves as your advocate.
Acing Your Interview and Landing Your Dream Job
Consider for a moment all the time and preparation that go into planning a vacation. You need to research your travel destination, book a flight or get the car ready, pack your bags, develop an itinerary, prepare for contingencies and make your connections on time. Similar planning must go into job interviews. Consider each interview an important outpost on the journey to a new position.
How to Resign and Leave on Good Terms
Now that you’ve found your dream job, it’s time to wrap things up at your current place of employment. Leaving on good terms helps ensure that you will get a good reference from your employer in the future and also keeps your networking channels open.