Reference Page


  • Do your clients neglect to offer references?
  • Do they appear unprepared at interviews?
  • Do you know how to present their references effectively?

“Candidates who come to meetings without a list of references appear unprepared and uninterested in the job.”

Sharon Graham, Canada’s Career Strategist

Reference Page

A Reference Page is a mandatory job search document. During the interview process, your client will be asked for a list of references. This list needs to be a marketing tool to help recruiters to connect with the very best references. A branded reference page document outlines all the information your client needs to present. Advise your client to supply a reference list at the close of every interview to express interest in the opportunity.

If you want to surpass industry standards, create a unique design and strategy for every client. You’ll find many more samples in Best Canadian Resumes and Best Canadian Cover Letters. To learn about your professional development and attain your Certified Resume Strategist (CRS) designation, schedule a complimentary appointment with Sharon Graham.

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