A resume question

Subject: A resume question
From: Tony Caruso <tcaruso -at- IX -dot- NETCOM -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 23 Jan 1997 22:00:05 -0500

Hello all,

I'm not sure if the following question I have about employee resumes
may or may not pertain to how your company uses them, but here goes...

Our company has 1-page resumes for all employees. The resumes are
usually included in various marketing, proposal, and business-related
ventures.

It's a pretty standard format with the person's name, job title,
educational experience, any special license or certification, and
followed by a summary of their current work, and followed with their
previous work experience.

Now with the company rapidly expanding into the international
marketplace, a question arose about how to also indicate a person's
foreign language experience. For example, the resume could have ---
Language(s) Spanish and German

On the other hand -- and considering it's a 1-page resume -- just what
does this mean to a prospective client regarding the person's
proficiency with the language?

After this loonngg lead-in, my question is: If your company is involved
international work, does it include a mention on an employee's resume
about a foreign language? His or her level of proficiency?? Any
suggestions??

Thanks to all --

Tony ----- tcaruso -at- ix -dot- netcom -dot- com

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