Monthly Archives: March 2015

Webinar: Steps and strategies for a career transition

What scares you about a career change? What is your one main fear that is holding you back from taking the first step towards sustainability? Or you have already decided to change but you have so many burning questions about career transitions and the sustainability market that you don’t know where to go from here? Last week, Shannon Houde provided hands-on tips and strategies to get a job in Corporate Responsibility (CR) in an interactive webinar in partnership with the ICRS. She presented insights

Acre narrows its search for sustainability hotshots

Eco superstars who have aced in the sustainability field in their first 12 months of employment within a new position, have now been shortlisted in recognition of their efforts. Sustainability recruitment consultancy Acre launched Acre365 to honour individuals who have excelled in their first year at work and the company is delighted to announce the shortlist of talented, successful applicants. It falls into three categories based on the impact the employees have made in the following areas: Environmental, Social and Combined and is as follows: Environmental Meghan

How to dress down your formal bio for LinkedIn

Just as each social media service has its own role in job searches, each has its own biography requirements. Here’s how to take your formal bio and transform it into something smart-casual that’s just right for LinkedIn. The four bios every job seeker needs Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need one biography, you need four: a 140-character micro bio for Twitter, a short bio to work as the four-line profile in your CV , a full bio that’s over