How to Build a Staff Profile that works for you:

Apr 5, 2021 | User Guide - ProTouchStaff App

How to Build a Staff Profile that works for you:

      1. ALWAYS ADD A PROFILE PICTURE. It exponentially improves how your staff card looks and the likelihood that an employer will click on it to view your extended profile.

      2. AWAYS COMPLETE YOUR ABOUT ME/BIO SEGMENT & ALWAYS INCLUDE YOUR NATIONALITY & CURRENT LOCATION. Both items vastly improve how interesting your staff card looks and the chances that an employer will click on it to view your extended profile.

      3. CURATE YOUR JOB INTERESTS TO BE WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR / DO  AND DON’T SELECT ALL THE OPTIONS.  Don’t get lost by having too many options if you are looking for something specific. 

      4. SKILLS – ADD THE RELEVANT SKILLS YOU HAVE FOR THE JOB YOU ARE LOOKING FOR FIRST.  Make sure to add these skills as employers can type in the word and find you, so if you are a Chiropractor, put it.  If the skill you have doesn’t exist, add it.

      5. EXPERIENCE – AGAIN, KEEP IT RELEVANT.  Add experience relevant to the job you are seeking or which shows your talents.  Your ability to build Ikea furniture may or may not be appropriate, but your drivers’ license or knowledge in a professional area could be essential.

      6. LANGUAGES – BE HONEST ABOUT YOUR LEVEL.  Don’t be shy. If you speak a little Japanese, say it; just don’t say you are fluent if you can order dinner and ask for directions.

      7. EDUCATION – KEEP IT RELEVANT, BUT IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING YOU ARE PROUD OF AND IT SHOWS YOUR TALENTS, INCLUDE IT.  Add your education relevant to the job you are seeking or which showcases your talent, or you consider a personal achievement.

      8. DOCUMENTS & DETAILS – ADD THEM.  These items help employers hire you and get you paid.  Make sure you fill in the details in full, ensuring the information is accurate.

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