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03/12/2012

Quick Resume Tips

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We get a lot of inquiries from international clients who have questions about resumes. If you’re unfamiliar with the application process, or if English is not your native language, composing a resume and communicating with prospective employers can indeed be daunting. Here are a few very general tips to get you started.

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03/02/2012

Writing an Effective Complaint Letter

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If you are unhappy with a service or product you’ve spent money on, writing a complaint letter or email can be an effective way to resolve the problem. When composing a complaint letter, keep the following tips in mind.

Make sure your tone is professional and reasonable. Even if you are quite angry, try to restrain your emotions. Think of your own reactions to people who are angry and insulting; you are probably less likely to want to help.

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02/11/2012

Some Quick Tips on Wedding Toasts

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It’s always an honor to be chosen as best man or maid of honor at a wedding, but it also comes with some anxiety. Fear of public speaking is extremely common, so those nerves are understandable. Just remember, the point of the toast is to celebrate the couple, not to embarrass them!

You can include some funny, personal stories that illustrate your bond over the years, since everyone loves a good story. Still, be sure not to speak for too long. Three to five minutes is plenty long enough, as you will see when you’re up there delivering your toast.

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