By collecting and disseminating information from the 2012 Global Hiring Survey we can dispel the wild rumors about what hiring authorities want from job seekers in their resumes and search materials to finally get everyone onto the same page.
Melbourne, Florida (PRWEB) March 20, 2012
As a global professional association, Career Directors International (CDI), has the active participation of expert resume writers, career coaches, and other career professionals from around the world.
One of the key shared goals is to ensure that job seekers have the most up-to-date information regarding resume writing, job search, and career management. To do this most effectively, CDI needs to hear from the other camp – those who recruit, source, and select as to what they really want to see – what makes their job easier when they go looking for personnel.
CDI is tired of rumors and folklore when it comes to hiring trends! Things said by one recruiter to one job seeker, suddenly becomes an "absolute fact" to be used forever more. These 'facts' take on a life of their own and nobody knows where they started or why. In some cases, they make no logical sense to professionals, let alone to confused job seekers getting advice from all sides!
This year, CDI has decided enough is enough! It's time to get some real knowledge into the discussion by surveying those in the know, which is the reason behind the creation of the 2012 Global Hiring Trends Survey.
CDI's Global Hiring Trends Survey is being sent to hiring authorities, recruiters, and human resource (HR) professionals globally. It takes only 5-10 minutes to complete.
Participation is anonymous but those who opt to provide their email at the end of the survey will receive a copy of CDI’s findings. Collected emails will not be sold or used in any way but to send survey results. Privacy of participants will be maintained.
CDI is also counting on survey participants and other industry professionals to help spread the word about the survey far and wide to those who recruit, source, select, and hire. Broad participation will help considerably to ensure the value of the results. Resources for sharing the survey such as a sample email, sample Tweet, and social share buttons can be found on the Survey Homepage.
By collecting and disseminating information from the 2012 Global Hiring Survey we can dispel the wild rumors about what hiring authorities want from job seekers in their resumes and search materials to finally get everyone onto the same page. The result -- everyone's job can become that much easier!
About CDI: Career Directors International – http://www.careerdirectors.com
CDI is a global professional association that is committed to ensuring that career and resume professionals can grow and thrive in a rich, vibrant, exciting, safe, and nurturing environment. CDI is focused on championing the industry’s cause for credibility and visibility; fostering exceptional success in every generation of career and resume professionals; and cultivating the career superhero that exists within each one of us.