Strategies for Managing “Red Flags” on Your Resume

Publisher: A.R. Mazzotta Employment Specialists

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Strategies for Managing “Red Flags” on Your Resume

Life happens. The best of intentions fall short. The decisions of others create workplace drama. Or, something as unpredictable as a worldwide pandemic rocks the economy. Whatever the forces and factors at work, you’ve found yourself with a resume that is less than desirable. Either what it contains or what it’s missing