• " BD Consult is one the best recruitment companies I have worked with. They are committed and very persistent in delivering quality, and I have found them to be quick to respond to tight deadlines. We have been able to augment our Sales team with excellent people recruited through the team led by Neeti."
    CEO - IT Company
  • Thanks for rapidly responding to our IT Staffing requirements. I am impressed by the dedicated team of professionals at BD Consult who have worked with us closely in managing the project requirements at such short notice.
    VP HR – IT Company
  • Thanks for rapidly responding to our IT Staffing requirements. I am impressed by the dedicated team of professionals at BD Consult who have worked with us closely in managing the project requirements at such short notice.
    VP HR – IT Company
  • I find BD Consult to be amongst the most resourceful recruitment company in the Outsourcing space in UK. They have consistently responded and delivered in a timely manner to our hiring needs. I definitely recommend them without any reservation.
    Country Head, IT Company.

Resume & Cover Letter Tips

 

Capturing one's talents and personality on a sheet or two of paper is the first challenge for many job seekers. There are many books and websites devoted to crafting an effective resume, and all agree that there is no "perfect" resume: how yours will be interpreted depends on the quality of your presentation, relevance to the job for which you're applying, and even who is reading it.

 

Rather than think of your resume as a completed document, consider it a continual work in progress. Every job and every company is different, so craft your career objectives in response to the job description, and emphasize strengths that best match the posted position. Hiring managers often receive hundreds of resumes for each open position, so the closer you match their criteria, the better chance you’ll have.



Interview Tips

 

Making the most of your Interview The interview is your opportunity to reveal the experience behind your resume. While many people get nervous about interviews, remember that the interview isn't a "test" that you need to pass – it's an opportunity for the hiring manager to get to know you, and for you to determine your interest in the position and the company. Before the interview, thoroughly research the company.

 

Investigate their Web site for information about their products and services, mission and/or vision statements, and recent press releases. Use search engines to find news about the organization, their customers, and their competition. Knowledge of the company demonstrates your interest, shows that you’ve done your homework, and may provide insights that allow you to better respond to interview questions.

 

Your resume will be the roadmap for the interview, so prepare in advance to verbally expand upon the skills and experiences listed in your resume. Be ready to describe scenarios where you have had positive professional impact, and how these successes are evidence of your value to the new organization.

 

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