Resume Bank Launched

September 2001
Financial Executive;Sep2001, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p72
Academic Journal
The article reports that Financial Executives International (FEI) began a members-only service known as the FEI Resume Bank. The service allows members to publish their resumes in the online Career Center on the FEI web site (www.fei.org). From there employers or employment agencies registered with Career Services can find job candidates. Resume Bank was developed by Diane Albergo, FEI's Director of Career Services, in response to feeback from both members and job recruiters. Information on the application process is provided.


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