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Tuesday Tips: Job Reference

Pink and magenta Lnee R&D inforgraphic about how to choose a good reference

I have served as a reference for hundreds of candidates along many points int heir careers. Whether it’s a letter or a form or a phone call, it takes time out of the day. In order to help ensure a great recommendation, ask before you list someone’s contact info–they may have a preferred outreach method. It can also help to send the job description and your resume in an email so they can easily reference your accomplishments. A supervisor who manages a 50-person department may not remember which year you broke the company sales record, even if they were the project lead. Having your resume in front of them as they  write a letter can be super helpful.

I am not an expert, but I am happy to help. Lnee R&D can help you get closer to where you want to be! If you want to participate in our next round of mock interviews let us know. To hire Lnee R&D or learn more, just reach out: LneeRD[at]outlook[dot]com.

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