EXAGGERATING EXPERIENCE ON RESUMES? MAYBE MAKING UP A FEW FACTS?

RECRUITERS CAN SPOT RED FLAGS THAT WILL ELIMINATE CANDIDATES Do people lie on their resumes to get jobs? Probably not too many people lie, according to Karl Hardesty, CEO of Hardesty LLC. But they do exaggerate or make their experience look far more important to try...

The Changing Role of the CFO

Q&A With Alex Hansen, Hardesty’s Executive Partner, CFO Services   1. How is the role of the CFO changing into being more of global business advisor? The global marketplace is increasingly complex.  Many companies are finding they need to be global to be...

The Resume is The Critical First Step to Getting Hired

By Louise King, National Director of Recruiting So you have a found a job that looks like it’s right up your alley?  “Perfect for me,” you might say. “I have all the right attributes and experience for this job,” you say. It might be the perfect fit for you, and you...

Discovering Hidden ROI

Executive Insight https://healthcare-executive-insight.advanceweb.com/sharedResources/EBook/2015/January/XI010515/index.html#/20/   Experts share real solutions to improve health systems’ operating margins Health systems have historically been so focused on “home...