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Social media has been a mixed blessing for people working in HR. LinkedIn, in particular, sometimes seems to have been designed specifically with hirers in mind. Millions of people use LinkedIn as an online CV, complete with endorsements and references from former employers, candidates and customers. Hirers can find high quality candidates from their required industries and verify background information,

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What to Include In a Cover Letter for a Senior Management Position

If you want the best chance at landing a senior management position and want to pave the way for negotiating the salary you want, your cover letter must contain certain elements.

Why Your Cover Letter is Important

When you submit a cover letter for a senior management position, you are essentially providing whoever will be reading it – usually the executive recruiter – with a reason to want to meet with you.

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What to Include In a Contract between Employer and Employee

The employment contract is a standard agreement between an employer and yourself. The more comprehensive the contract, the more specific an employer can be about your duties and responsibilities. Ultimately, the employment contract allows you to understand exactly what your employer expects of you.

Although there are many cases which don’t require the contract to be in writing for legal validity,

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