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Event Create a “Shining” Resume 20220516_ChineseCV
Date 16 May 2022 (Monday)
Time 4:30pm to 6:15pm
Language Cantonese
(English material)
Venue Zoom
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Speaker John Lai
John is the founder of Websume™, a platform for job seekers to land a job with the right skills and tools. He has over 35-year headhunting and experience with multinational corporations in the Asia Pacific region. John is a career advisor, certified management consultant and professional member of the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management. He currently teaches job hunting and talent sourcing subjects at various universities in Hong Kong.

Description A winning resume should be well-written and represent yourself. But very often, your resume does the opposite and reveals your weakness.
Visual content such as images, videos, or sound can get your messages across much faster with a more significant impact in the digital age.
In this workshop, you will learn how to enrich your content and increase the “hit rate” of a resume.

• Rethink the purpose of a resume
• Secrets that HR managers do not tell you
• Evolution of resume and its impacts on job hunting
• Do and don’ts of resume writing
• Create your resume on Websume™

All CUHK student and staff are welcome!



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