Dressing for success in 2013
Last updated: January 17th, 2013 by admin
The beginning of a New Year is generally boom time for recruitment agencies as employers and employees alike start to recover from the Christmas festivities and think about the year ahead. For many employers this is a key time for addressing recruitment gaps identified in the last year and for many employees it’s a time for thinking about long- and short-term goals.
For some people this may be a simple step along the career ladder, but for others it can be more challenging. A Sydney-based charity called “Dress for Success” has been helping people to develop personally and professionally by offering emotional support and confidence-building as well as loaning people smart clothes to go to interviews.
Of course, in order to get an interview, you have to apply to jobs first and that means usually means sending in a CV or application form, along with a covering letter. For people who’d like to work inAustralia, it can often be advisable to have these documents professionally translated by a NAATI translator. A translator with experience in immigration translations will also be able to help with ensuring that key employment documents also read clearly and accurately, which is a prerequisite to getting that vital first interview.