- When people apply for jobs at his workforce solutions department, William Rolack, Sr. is usually the one doing the hiring. Rolack, an author and career coach has a few strategies to help you get out of the unemployment line and into a job. He says the road to getting hired begins with a great resume’.
- “Use action verbs to describe what you have done at prior jobs,” says Rolack, a human resource executive. “There are only so many times you can use ‘responsible for in a resume’.”
“Identify the founders and history of the company,” he says. “Know the leadership team and the company’s immediate competitors.”
The interviewer will almost always inquire whether you have questions. Be prepared by having well-though out questions ahead of time. Rolack divulges that not having questions is a “turn off.”
“As a hiring manager that shows me the person is not interested in the position,” Rolack continues. “It doesn’t show enough interest in working for the company.”