As you send your CV across, your focus is on getting an
interview call. Would you like that in spite of you having all the required
qualifications and experience you don’t get an interview call? We have seen
many CVs where good candidates do not get an interview as their CVs get lost in
the huge bunch of documents received by the HR department.
Your CV is your first interaction with the prospective buyers of your skills.
Try to keep it as easier and interesting for your customers as possible. Here
are the top 5 things which contribute to someone not receiving an interview
Avoid long e-mail
addresses in your CV
Avoid funky e-mail ids in
Avoid saving your CV
with an irrelevant file name
embedding contact information in the text in your CV
providing contact details of your parents in your CV
Effective CV writing increases chances of getting an interview call.
Tips on getting your CV correct the first time for effective job search.
Ideas on writing your CV, Cover Letter and handling the interview if you have a
gap in your employment.