There are several ways in which a candidate can express its added value:
Positive references are one of the most recognized tools to distinguish a candidate and gain a strong competitive advantage. The candidate may request them from the employer or supervisor in writing when leaving the job. If such references are not available, the candidate may be asked to substantiate them during the selection process or may be identified by other methods. In any case, they have great weight.
• LinkedIn profile
Social networks are now irreplaceable in the world of work. LinkedIn is the most widely used social networking company. A candidate can be contacted via LinkedIn with job offers, provided his profile is sufficiently engaging and comprehensive. LinkedIn profile can be considered as a form of online CV in which a candidate presents himself, while building his own network of contacts, posting articles or articles and thus making himself visible in the environment in which he / she needs. At the same time, LinkedIn serves not only recruiters in search of suitable candidates, but also candidates in search of job offers.
• Cover letter
At present, a cover letter is required less often, but the fact is that he can tell us a lot about the candidate. In the letter of motivation, the candidate explains his goals, ambitions, strengths and reasons for choosing to respond to the position. The letter of motivation is always written specifically for a specific position and its content should be adapted accordingly. As it is a coherent text, the composition and complexity of sentences, their logical continuity, grammatical and stylistic correctness also has a telling value.