Spotlight on Networking

September 19, 2008 at 4:36 am Leave a comment

Did you know losing contact with former co-workers can be detrimental to your career health?

Most people, despite promises made at the time and loads of good intentions, lose track of those they have worked with. This can be caused by the sheer pressure and rush of modern day life, or a sense of awkwardness at making contact again. But since 70% to 80% of employment opportunities are sourced through friends, colleagues and staff, it is imperative you stay in touch with people you have worked with in the past whether it is that person who has left the company, or you were the one to leave.

After all, you never know when they may be able to assist you in finding that ideal role, or if you will be the one to give them the boost they need.

Here’s to writing powerful resumes.

Beverley Neil

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