This isn’t the first summer Ramadan we’ve had, the preceding several holy months have all fallen in and around the hottest days of the year. That means we have had time to accumulate some tips and tricks that ACTUALLY work to keep you on top of your tasks and motivated to stay productive.
Your Mihnati Profile is a complete picture of what you have to offer to an organization. When you create your account, hiring managers gain access to the information you provide. Be sure to update your profile based on these tips in order to maximize your chances of obtaining job opportunities through our service!
A cover letter is the ideal place for you to highlight exactly what you have to offer to potential employers. The idea is to show your ability to add value to an organization unlike any other candidate applying for the same post. Sometimes, attempting to “stand out” from the crowd can end up putting us in negative light rather than the positive.
When writing your resume, your intention should be to present yourself in a uniquely credible and professional light so that hiring managers consider choosing you for a job opening. The more you share about yourself, the higher your chances. That being said, certain entries on resumes and CV’s are red flags to anyone reading them.
Shortlisting resumes to close a significant gap in the organization can be a tiring process. As the recruitment manager for your organization, you’re bound to have come across resumes featuring dubious information – You need to develop a keen eye for these sort of misleading resume entries – they’ll save you from a world of pain!
We’ve all been in this situation – being envious of other people’s jobs and wishing ours were half as interesting! So, to fuel that desire for a better, more rewarding job, we’ve pulled together 10 of the most amazing and exciting jobs that may help you make the transition to your dream job.
The classic conundrum for fresh graduates- Need experience for a job; need a job to get that experience. Companies can help upend this vicious cycle by investing in the untapped talent and potential of Saudi Arabia’s fresh, unemployed graduates.