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Caljobs Resume ORR

Edd Resume Writing

Some people might look at the word “resume” and imagine a document that highlights your work history and education. But really, the resume should be the beginning of a great marketing campaign. What you include in your resume determines the success that you will have.

EDD

The EDD is unable to guarantee the accuracy of this translation and is therefore not liable for any inaccurate information or changes in the formatting of the pages resulting from the translation application tool.

The web pages currently in English on the EDD website are the official and accurate source for the program information and services the EDD provides. Any discrepancies or differences created in the translation are not binding and have no legal effect for compliance or enforcement purposes. If any questions arise related to the information contained in the translated website, please refer to the English version. (Source: www.edd.ca.gov).

RESUME

Our job fairs provide a unique opportunity to interact with participating employers. Employers can screen and schedule qualified applicants for interviews, collect resumes and job applications, answer questions about the job and the company, and much more.

If the claimant has added or updated an unsuppressed resume by the time of the determination interview, the interviewer must determine if the claimant had good cause for each week he failed to add or update the resume. The claimant is subject to a disqualification under Section 1253(b) for each week he cannot show good cause for his failure to add or update the resume. The disqualification is effective the Sunday of the first week in which he failed to show good cause (beginning with the week the stop pay flag was posted on the claim) up until the Saturday of the week prior to the date the claimant added or updated the resume. (Source: www.edd.ca.gov).

WRITING

Personal statement – a well-substantiated written statement of approximately 2-3 double-spaced pages and 500-750 words in which applicants describe the following: (A) their professional background, (b) their research interests including specific fields of inquiry, (B) their thinking/rationale in the selection of the two or three faculty members identified as potential advisors and (C) their career goals related to pursuing a doctoral degree.

Additional application materials required for international students can be found on the Graduate School webpage. Applicants are typically notified in writing of final admissions decisions in March. (Source: www.binghamton.edu).

INTERVIEW

Participating in the work search activities below can help you answer Yes to the question, “Did you look for work?” on your certifications every two weeks. Answering No will lead to additional questions and possibly an eligibility interview to determine if you are eligible for benefits for that week. For additional help visit, Understanding the Certification Questions.

In the third week following the PJSA appointment. At the interview the claimant stated she was too sick to enter the resume during the week of the PJSA appointment. Then she was out looking for work and thought she would find a job in the second and third week following the PJSA appointment. By the Sunday of the fourth week, when she had not yet secured a job, she decided to go ahead and enter her resume. The claimant had good cause for her failure to add her resume for the first week. However she did not have continuing good cause during the second and third weeks following the PJSA appointment. The claimant was found NR eligible for the week of the PJSA appointment. She was then NR disqualified beginning the Sunday of the second week following the PJSA appointment and ending on the Saturday prior to the fourth week (when she added her resume to CalJOBS (Source: www.edd.ca.gov).

INFORMATION

This workshop will provide information on soft skills - personal qualities, habits, and attitudes that make a good employee and can be an indicator of job performance. Learn how to use your soft skills to enhance your interview techniques and career development.

The first reemployment service that a claimant can be referred to is an Initial Assistance Workshop (IAW). The IAW is less than a day and consists of a discussion of why claimants are selected, UI eligibility, labor market information, and orientation to other reemployment services. If the claimant has good cause for missing the first IAW, he/she may be rescheduled to another IAW only if he/she can be rescheduled within the same week. Failure to attend the IAW during the week scheduled will result in a one week disqualification under Section 1253(f), unless good cause is shown. (Source: www.edd.ca.gov).

EXAMPLE

As she did not know that she was required to do so, then the issue becomes the credibility of her statement. The interviewer will decide the likelihood that all of the notices describing the requirement to register for work that were mailed to the claimant did not arrive, by examining what happened to all the notices and checks sent to the same address. The claimant must be given the opportunity to state why she thinks that the notices did not arrive. If there is no credible reason provided, for example, the claimant did not file a notice with the US Postal Service that mail had been stolen or no other mail such as checks are missing and there is no request for replacement, the Department must assume that mail sent to the claimant was received. Good cause for failure to add or update a resume in CalJOBS.

The good cause exception does not supersede able and available requirements under Section 1253(c). It is an additional eligibility requirement related to participation in reemployment services. If a claimant has good cause for not attending because he or she was unavailable for more than four hours during the regular work week, the claimant may not be eligible under Section 1253(c). Example: Claimants may be determined to have good cause for failure to participate in reemployment services. However, an illness may prevent them from receiving UI benefits because their illness did not allow them to work. (Source: www.edd.ca.gov).

SEARCH

Participating in the work search activities below can help you answer Yes to the question, “Did you look for work?” on your certifications every two weeks. Answering No will lead to additional questions and possibly an eligibility interview to determine if you are eligible for benefits for that week. For additional help visit, Understanding the Certification Questions.

If you are required to look for work, we will mail you a notice explaining your specific work search requirements. The requirement to look for work begins when you receive this notice. (Source: edd.ca.gov).

 

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