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Should you use the same cover letter for every job applied?

When we are job searching, we usually apply for more than one job.Many people send a generic and standard letter and send it out to all positions they want to apply for.This is a quicker and easier option; however, it could also not capture the attention of the employer. When you tailor your cover letter for each application, it demonstrates to the employer that you want to work for their organisation and what you can bring to the role, which will persuade them to consider you.Get your CV and cover letter professionally written by the experts at Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions. Offering a professional CV and cover letter writing service for individuals of all levels and industries.
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What is a Cover Letter and Do I Need One

A cover letter is a document of introduction that is accompanied by your resume. It is written to the person or organisation offering the job you are applying for.The letter should introduce you, provide a little background and persuade the person reading it to your resume. This document should be submitted with every job application unless specified otherwise.Are you currently searching for work or would like to move on to a new job? Client Centric can help by professionally writing for you a tailored cover letter. For more information, please visit: https://www.clientcentric.com.au/resume-writing-services

Five Things Recruiters Cannot Stand With Resumes

Recruiters would see hundreds of thousands of resumes a month and along with that, the same issues with multiple resumes every time. Your application holds the key to getting an interview because how your CV looks and comes across will directly reflect on your professionalism and motivation. Client Centric knows about best practice in recruitment, as we do offer a recruitment service to our clients.So, what are these mistakes that recruiters can’t stand?
1. Spelling errors, typos, and poor grammar.What this says to the recruiter is you don’t care and lack skills in written communication, attention to detail and more.
2. Too task-oriented – it reads like a job description, neglecting to explain relevant accomplishments.The recruiter and employer want to know what you can do for them, and they will only know this when you describe your accomplishments.
3. Incorrect dates or missing dates.Dates on a resume are incredibly important; if the dates are missing or incorrect, this will ring alarm…

Melbourne Professional Resume Writing Service

Offering a professional resume and cover letter writing service for clients in Melbourne, Victoria and surrounding areas.Welcome to Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions (www.clientcentric.com.au).Are you searching for work? Keen to move on to other job? Would like a career change?Our team at Client Centric can professionally write for you a new and tailored CV and cover letter designed to highlight and promote your skills and experience. 


What to expectA professionally written and expertly worded CV and cover letter designed to highlight and promote your skills and experience. We incorporate what employers in your field are asking for by undertaking thorough research into your roles and industry. 
The first part of your resume will include a selling speil. Following from this will include your core competenices, skills, experience summary and employment history and education details. 
Your resume will be well structured and easy to follow.
What we requireWe will need a copy of yo…

About the Outplacement Services offered by Client Centric

Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions is an Australia wide company that provides professional employment solutions to individuals all over Australia who are seeking new employment or would like to change careers. When organisations need to let go of staff through involuntary redundancies, it can prove to be a very difficult and challenging time for both the individual and the employer. For this reason, Client Centric provides professional outplacement services. Client Centric can equip staff with beautiful CVs that stand out and make an impression. The team are also skilful at writing persuasive and engaging cover letters.Once new employment is potentially secured and the individual has an interview scheduled, the team can provide interview skills coaching one-on-one via Zoom or Skype.They can also help with job searching by teaching the redundant staff how to properly search and apply for employment.For more information, please click here to get in contact with the team at Cl…

Securing work in Melbourne during the COVID-19 lockdown

It’s 2020 and what a ride it has been. For many Melburnians living in Australia’s east coast state, it’s been very challenging.With stage 3 and stage lockdown restrictions, there are challenges in securing gainful employment. A shut down has resulted in many businesses closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Although it may be a challenging time, keeping positive and focused is critical.The team at Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions are ready and waiting to assist individuals in Melbourne would like help to address key selection criteria or have their resume and cover letter professionally written and tailored to market them to roles advertised still on job search websites.Feel free to get in touch with someone from Client Centric by clicking here. They would be more than happy to assist you.Their time frame is short. Provide Client Centric with a copy of your most recent resume and details of roles advertised online that interest you.Let the team know if you do not have a resu…

What are hiring managers and recruiters looking for in a resume?

To be noticed and stand a chance of progressing to the interview stage, your resume needs to hook the reader within seconds. 
Hiring managers and recruiters will receive hundreds of applications for a single position, and at times only have time to scan resumes before deciding whether to progress candidates to an interview.
RELATED ARTICLE: HOW MANY PAGES SHOULD MY RESUME BE?To make an immediate impact, your resume will need to communicate the following information in the most concise form and be relevant to the position; roles and responsibilities, experience, skills, achievements, education, etc.Your resume will be scanned for the right kind of experience and if the duties are relevant for the role. Ensure you include all relevant skills gained and required of you in previous roles and mention any achievements as hiring managers love to see results.
RELATED ARTICLE: WHAT DO I DO NOW THAT I NO LONGER HAVE A JOB?So that you grab the hiring managers attention, ensure the layout of your re…