Can you exclude jobs from your resume?

Can you exclude jobs from your resume?

You should never omit relevant jobs (or any information) from a resume that will cause an employer to be misled in any way. Even though experiences, like these ones, may place you in an unfavourable light and raise questions about your suitability for the job, you should still include them on your resume.

Do you always need a cover letter with your resume?

Yes, many recruiters don’t read cover letters. But it’s always important to include a cover letter with your application and use it to explain things your resume might miss. Even if you choose to write a short, simple one, a well-written cover letter can be the thing that lands you the job.

Can my boss talk about my personal life?

Generally, an employer cannot inquire about your marital status, and especially cannot inquire about anything really personal, such as your sex life.

Can HR ask personal questions?

The short answer to this is that yes, they can ask. Whether or not you choose to provide it is up to you. However, an employer can usually legally deny you a position if you refuse. An employer may wish to see your W-2 to confirm if the current salary you claim to earn is true or not, and this is legal.

Is it rude to ask if someone is married?

Originally Answered: is it polite to ask a lady’s marital status? If you are interested in that person in a romantic way, then asking about her marital status is a must. All other cases – job interview, a stranger on the street, a business meeting, etc – where it’s simply your curiosity, then it’s not polite to ask.