Salesforce Career Seekers – Your Location

Salesforce Career Seekers – Your Location One idea came to mind. If you’re not getting many hits from Recruiters with your LinkedIn Profile, you may want to alter the location that you’re interested in, while also checking the open to remote box (see image). Many times recruiters might search by a particular location and if your… Continue reading Salesforce Career Seekers – Your Location

Notice you, noticin’ me…

No, not the song Dangerous by Akon and Kardinal Offishall Rather, who’s checking you out on your LinkedIn profile. If you’re in the job market, and paying for the premium version on LI, then every few days, you probably want to see who’s checking you out. Then go to their profile, and send them a personal… Continue reading Notice you, noticin’ me…

Volunteer Experience on a Resume

Should this be called out specifically as volunteer experience? If so, could it reduce your chances of being hired as it might not be seen as “real” experience? Especially, if you’re just starting your career and need to show some hands-on work. But, is it being deceptive if it’s not labeled that way? I thought… Continue reading Volunteer Experience on a Resume

Demand for Industry Vertical Salesforce Clouds/Vlocity Positions

In this past week’s LinkedIn Live with Ben Duncombe, we had someone ask if we’re seeing an increase in demand for specific industry verticals. My short answer was “not really”, at least from within my little bubble of recruiting. Although, I continue to hear Oracle, Microsoft, Salesforce and others discuss their strategy on industry specific… Continue reading Demand for Industry Vertical Salesforce Clouds/Vlocity Positions

Salesforce Newcomers: The Experience Gap

What are you doing to close it? You have everything you need. By creating your own experiences and a portfolio of problems you can solve. Check out the below photo I took of Nana Gregg (She/Her/Hers) and Marshall King‘s Flow ideas they presented in Friday’s Salesforce Automation Hour. They step through each one of these,… Continue reading Salesforce Newcomers: The Experience Gap

Lack of Career Advancement

If you determined up front during an interview that there’s not much upwards career progression available (by title), based on company structure/team size, etc., but everything else you’ve learned sounds enticing, what do you do? Do you find that to be a deal breaker when evaluating offers? Or rather take the position, soak up what… Continue reading Lack of Career Advancement