There’s no shortage of medical centers that are switching to Epic software. These institutions have evaluated their alternatives and found that Epic provides a more robust, scalable solution for their health care information service needs than decades-old technology or even contemporary options. Find out more about Epic and its benefits in this blog post.
Some people lie on their resumes. When they get caught (and they frequently do get caught), they have squandered whatever opportunity they might have had with that company. What is not as widely known is the fact that employers also lie when talking to candidates for employment. In an outcome that some cynics might point to as proof that life isn’t fair, they don’t get punished for it. C’est la vie.
Louisville, KY, Aug 2013. V-Soft Consulting, one of Louisville’s home-growing small businesses, is getting noticed on a national level. Inc. 5000, a renowned leader in industry news for over 32 years, has recognized V-Soft as one of the U.S.'s top 5,000 companies. To be highlighted in this category means you are one of the fastest-growing private companies in America. In fact, V-Soft was rated in the top 3,200. Other notable companies include big names such as Zappos, Under Armor, and Microsoft.
Staffing Industry Analysts is the global advisor on contingent work providing accreditation with its Certified Contingent Workforce
Professional (CCWP) program. This year, V-Soft Consulting, Inc. made their last as a Top Diversity Staffing Firm. V-Soft Consulting is a game-changing IT staffing and business solutions firm. They apply the precision of supply chain management excellence to talent acquisition and technology services. Their results-focused approach delivers sweeping efficiencies, expanded innovation capabilities, increased technical IQ and impressive financial outcomes.
On May 17, V-Soft Consulting hosted our quarterly tech exec forum. Located in a meeting room of the downtown Hyatt, business and technology leaders from across the Kentuckiana area came together to discuss big data and how it is influencing their business both now and in the future. With roughly 40 attendees the event was one of our larger events, and we hope that our numbers will continue growing each quarter. Our panel consisted of three speakers: Bob Doligale, President of Splash Analytics, Chris Schremser, CTO of ZirMed, and Brian Oldham, CTO of Appriss.
When writing a World Class Resume throw almost everything you know about the length of a resume out the door. Some people will tell you to keep your resume under 1 or 2 pages. I say “forget that”! If you are straight out of school or only have a couple years of professional experience a short resume will do the job. However you if you have a few years under your belt like I do. 1 or 2 pages are not going to tell the whole story.
The first thing you want to start with is a good font. I recommend a Times Roman or Ariel either a 11 or 12; don’t use anything crazy . The reason you want to use one of those is because it will be easily imported by a Vendor Managed Systems (VMS) or by a majority of the Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) that are in use by most recruiters today.
In writing a World Class Resume the first thing that you will want to do is; center your contact information. An example would be:
1212 High Street
Roscoe, IL 60173
Again, the reason that you want to do it this way is because of the VMS or ATS that are in use out there. In order for your resume to fully searchable in a company’s database. You want to make sure that your contact info gets ported correctly. After all if you are a fit for the position but they have no way to contact you because your contact info was in some funky format; You might as well kiss that opportunity good bye!
The second part of your resume should include Education but only if you have a degree. If you do not have a degree move this to the last part of your resume. Why highlight what you don’t have. I will say this over and over again. Your resume is a selling document and you never have a second chance to make a good first impression. If you don’t have a degree; why highlight what you don’t have right out of the gate. Remember sell yourself first! ( I know I said the same thing twice but if you are like me you need to hear things over and over again.)
In every interview that I have ever conducted or been a participant in, the question that always comes up is. Tell me about yourself? Remember an interview is really sales call and how you differentiate yourself sets you apart from everyone else.