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履历中怎样处理工作终止?(中/英)

2006/10/27 6:32:00
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你的雇主刚叫你走人。你需要再找一份工作,可是你在履历中怎样处理这种工作终止呢?
   
  那种你被公司签约雇用后一直呆到退休的日子已经过去了。在今天的环境下,雇主们在看到一份不完美的工作年表时也比较容易理解了。遵循这些关于你失去工作方面的技巧来确保你创建一份最强的履历以提高你获得面试的机会。
   
  不要提起
   
  无论你被终止工作有多么辛酸,不要在履历中解释详情。如果你在面对面的交流中处理这个问题的话,你会有更好的机会打动招聘经理。
   
  要诚实
   
  如果你刚刚被解职,要抵抗住诱惑,不要在履历上把该职位写作“至今”,不要表现出你仍在工作。否则你在稍后的时候不得不作解释,而潜在的雇主可能会认为你试图误导他们。
   
  裁员?利用你的求职信
   
  如果你被终止工作是因为裁员而不是因为工作表现,那么考虑在你的求职信中提到这一点。雇主们对裁员还是比较宽容的,所以提及此点可能对你有利。你可以这样写:
   
  您可能已经了解到(公司名称)宣布了裁员,而我的职位被取消了。我在该公司的表现一直被评为是杰出的,现在离开很悲哀,但是我期待着为下一位雇主重现我的成功经历……
   
  集中在你的成就上
   
  你的目标是通过突出你的成就和技能赢得潜在雇主。即使是招聘经理奇怪你为什么离开某个雇主,你的履历也足够使你赢得面试机会让你亲自解释你的情况。
   
  评估你的贡献
   
  在更新你的履历的时候,要想把你的感情抛开而对解聘你的雇主作正面描述是很困难的。但这正是你所要做的。如果你想不起来,向尊重你的工作的同事们征求意见,问问他们你的表现——他们可能会提醒你那些你已经下了结论或是忘记的你所作的贡献。下面是一些你问自己关于工作表现的问题:
   
  •你在本职工作范围以外还承担了什么工作吗?你在最注重质量的同时能否兼顾多个项目和任务?
   
  •你对雇主最大的贡献是什么?你在工作中的哪些方面表现突出、你的雇主都获得了哪些益处?特别是那些在你的工作中可以量化的成果最具有影响力。
   
  •你是否曾经超额完成任务?你是怎么处理最差结果的?
   
  •你曾经遇到过怎样的挑战?你都是怎么克服它们的?你的表现是怎样有益于公司的?
   
  •你是否曾经因自己的就职而提高了整体的效率?你是否被公认为工作结果快速、准确?
   
  •你是否是一个获得过奖励和赞美的小组的成员?你是否受到上级(或客户、销售商、同事等)的赞扬?
   
Job Termination and Your Resume

   
Your employer just let you go. You need to find another job, but how should you handle your termination on your resume?
   
The days when you signed on with a company and stayed with it until retirement are gone. In today"s climate, employers are much more understanding when they see a less-than-perfect work chronology. Follow these tips regarding losing your job to ensure you"re creating the strongest resume to up your chances of being called in for an interview.
   
Don"t Mention It
   
No matter how sour your termination, do not explain the circumstances on your resume. You will have a much better chance of impressing hiring managers if you deal with this question in face-to-face interviews.
   
Be Honest
   
If you were recently let go, resist the urge to keep your position listed as to present?on your resume, giving the appearance that you"re still employed. You will have to explain yourself later on, and potential employers might think you tried to mislead them.
   
Laid Off? Use Your Cover Letter
   
If your termination was due to a layoff rather than a performance-related issue, consider mentioning it in your cover letter. Employers are more forgiving of layoffs, so mentioning this might work in your favor. You can write something like this:
   
As you may have read, (company name) announced a round of layoffs, and my position was eliminated. Although saddened to leave this company, where my performance has consistently been rated as outstanding, I am looking forward to repeating my same record of success for my next employer...
   
Focus on Your Accomplishments
   
Your goal is to wow your potential employer by highlighting your accomplishments and skills on your resume. Even if hiring managers are wondering why you left a certain employer, your resume should be strong enough for you to receive invitations to interviews in which you can explain your situation in person.
   
Assess Your Contributions
   
When updating your resume, it can be difficult to put your emotions aside and write a strong description for the employer that let you go. But this is exactly what you need to do. If you"re stuck, seek the opinions of colleagues who respected your work and ask them about your performance -- they might remind you about contributions you"ve made that you took for granted or forgot about. Here are a few questions to ask yourself regarding your performance:
   
•Did you take on responsibilities outside your original position scope? Were you able to juggle multiple projects and duties while maintaining the highest emphasis on quality?
   
•What were your key contributions to your employer? In what ways did you excel at your job, and how did your employer benefit from having you on board? Specific, measurable outcomes of your work have the strongest impact.
   
•Did you go above and beyond the call of duty? How did you contribute to bottom-line results?
   
•What types of challenges did you face? What did you do to overcome these challenges? How did your performance benefit the company?
   
•Have you instated procedures that improved overall efficiency? Were you known for fast or accurate work output?
   
•Were you part of a team that was recognized with awards or accolades? Did you receive positive commendations by your supervisors (or clients, vendors, coworkers, etc.)?

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