Resume Retention

As my clients know, I hold resumes I’ve prepared on file so that in the event of loss of USB sticks or if a client needs a resume to be forwarded when working FIFO, I’m able to assist with that need. As I now have so many files, from today, clients who have not accessed any service for five years or more will be deleted from the system.

How time flies!


2015 marks my sixth year offering a suite of services meeting the needs of jobseekers in Gippsland, and states across Australia.   An update on what I do!

  • Coaching and Services for the Individual – searching for a job can be stressful; skilled assistance with resumes, cover letters, key selection criteria (KSC), LinkedIn, job search and interview coaching, optimise your chance of success.
  • Outplacement Services – individual support for a number of employees in career transition where their role has been affected by redundancy due to organisational change.
  • Resume File Retention – I retain your resume on file so if you lose your copy all it takes is a telephone call or email and a new copy is forwarded. Resume file retention is particularly beneficial to those working in remote areas with little access to mobile phone or internet services.  In retaining a client’s resume on file, as well as scanned copies of qualifications, online application forms can be completed on your behalf.  All that is needed is a link to the job you wish to apply for.
  • Wellbeing – providing individuals with tools and strategies to handle work and life challenges.

With the growth of services, has come growth in social media.  I can be found online at:
My website
On Facebook at
On Twitter at and also on LinkedIn

Job vacancy links of interest to my clients are posted my Facebook business page.  You can follow by liking the page.

Client assistance is practical and conducted in a calm and confidential environment.  Personalised service, engaging with clients, listening, and discussing concerns and aims remains at the heart of what I do.

What are you seeking at work?

Seth Godin asks “What are you seeking at work?”  Have a read and see if you recognise yourself in his description.  Then, if you are in a supervisory role, take the next step and ask yourself if how you lead is resonating with your individual team members. Seth’s Blog: What are you seeking at work?

Showing up for work

Show up for work on time, that’s important.  Show up for work with a smile on your face too, no-one wants a grump on board.  Most important though, is to show up with the right attitude.  The right attitude is premium.

“Don’t do what I said, do what I meant.”

I so like Seth Godin’s writing, his words make so much sense … some more of his simple wisdom … just click on the link and it will take you to the article.

Seth’s Blog: “Don’t do what I said, do what I meant.”.