Most candidates write a resume directed to the hiring manager, but that ignores other audiences who contribute to corporate hiring decisions. Today’s article focuses on the 4th audience – the hiring managers’ boss, peers and teams.
Earlier this month, I published Your Resume’s 4 Audiences (http://recareered.blogspot.com/2010/05/your-resumes-4-audiences-best-of.html), describing each of the audiences for your resume.
Each of these audiences are involved in the hiring decision process for most companies. These audiences serve to pre-screen and to provide buy-in for potential employees. One of the most critical (and most often overlooked) audiences is the hiring managers boss, team and peers – the 4th audience.
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