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Do not send your resume in a .zip file.

TOP 3 Most Common Mistakes Candidates Make When Submitting Resumes
  • Submitting in formats other than Word or pdf (no .zip or other compressed files or formats)
  • Applying for any and all jobs at the company at the same time (instead of the appropriate jobs)
  • Spelling errors (most of which occur on the first page)
Wednesday, 13 October, 2021
TRU Tips

Reveal has extended their free training for all portfolio applications until October 15.

TOP 3 Predictions for Q4’s Job Market
  • In-office roles will take five to ten times longer to fill than fully remote roles.
  • Employers and employees will both begin to make compromises on compensation, remote work requirements, and return-to-office policies to meet each other in the middle and fill roles.
  • The average middle market job seeker (ESI Project Manager or Privacy Program Manager, for example) will continue to have multiple offers when going to market.
Thursday, 07 October, 2021
TRU Tips

The appropriate length of a cover letter to a recruiter is about a 200-character limit. If the resume does not speak for itself, try reworking the resume.

TOP 3 Purposes of a Cover Letter in 2021
  • Demonstrate brief but thoughtful interest in the role and the company
  • Demonstrate ability to be available, approachable, and able to communicate without spelling and/or grammatical errors
  • Volunteer your vaccine status and willingness to go (or not go) into an office
Wednesday, 29 September, 2021
TRU Tips

There are only two weeks left to earn many Reveal certifications with their free training giveaway through September.

TOP 3 Free Certification Options Available from Reveal This Month
  • Reveal AI Certification
  • Reveal Review Certification
  • Brainspace (Analyst, Specialist, Administrator, or Sales)
Wednesday, 22 September, 2021
TRU Tips

Growth and advancement are often about who you work for, not where you work.

TOP 3 Ways Candidates Can Expedite TRU's Ability to Service Their Careers
Wednesday, 15 September, 2021
TRU Tips

If your child photo bombs your Zoom interview, be kind. No one likes mean parents.

TOP 3 Reasons There Are More Open Jobs Than Active Job Seekers
  • Concerns about the rise of the Delta variant of COVID
  • Childcare challenges
  • Desire for enhanced benefits

TOP 3 Courtesy of “There are about 1 million more job openings than people looking for work” from CNBC

Thursday, 09 September, 2021
TRU Tips

To complicate already complicated staffing challenges, many law firms are developing disparate and inconsistent return-to-office and work-from-home policies and permission for new and existing hires from office to office.

TOP 3 Takeaways About China’s New Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL)
  • The CAC (Cyberspace Administration of China) will be primarily responsible for the enforcement of PIPL along with relevant ministries and departments of the state council and local governments at the county level.
  • Companies must obtain informed and separate consents from their data subjects for collection, processing, and cross-border transfers of their data with limited exceptions.
  • The law grants statutory rights to data subjects, such as the right to withdraw and modify consents, the right of data portability, and the right to refuse automated decision-making.
Wednesday, 01 September, 2021
TRU Tips

ESI companies and law firms lifting their salary band for Senior Project Managers to $135K-145K are beating out the competition.

TOP 3 Questions to Ask Your Staff About In-Office Versus Remote Work
  • What did you long for when we couldn’t physically meet?
  • What did you not miss and are ready to discard?
  • What type of work (if any) needs to be done in person?

TOP 3 courtesy of "How Should We Meet? And Who Decides?" by Priya Parker, published in The New York Times

Wednesday, 25 August, 2021
TRU Tips

Just because it is a candidate’s job market does not mean every candidate should expect a large increase in base compensation when moving jobs.

TOP 3 Reasons to Take a New Job Now Other than More Money
  • Culture, which includes an understanding and flexibility around WFH as COVID again complicates everyone returning to office
  • Training and education, which includes going to work for people who will mentor you and increase your overall skill set and value over time
  • “Leveling up” and leaving behind tasks and responsibilities that prohibit you from moving up the food chain in your industry
Wednesday, 18 August, 2021