We are pleased to inform you that a new career portal for Renard International has been launched.

New registrants are encouraged to search for jobs posted in our “Career Opportunities” tab and apply directly or submit an email directly to:
with your current CV/Resume. This will automatically launch your registration in our new portal which will assist our consultants to perform searches for potentially suitable candidates that match their clients job specifications.

Please ensure that you provide us with your most up to date contact information. All submitted applications are kept in the strictest of confidence and your confidential information will not be presented to any client without your explicit approval.

NOTE: To optimize your candidate registrations, it is suggested that you attach your resume in “Word” format.

Our Company has been totally dedicated in assisting hospitality professionals like yourself in identifying outstanding career opportunities. We look forward to assisting you with your quest for growth oriented and challenging positions.

Social Networking Why & How Introduction

We have been overwhelmed recently by requests from our clients for Social Networking Managers, as well as Consultants to set up their social networking platform.

The last time we were over so whelmed was when everyone decided they needed to hire a Revenue Manager immediately! Since then, we all have seen how important that decision was, as this role plays a very crucial part in every one’s business success.

As many of our clients are still uncertain as to the benefits of hiring a Social Networking Manager, I enclose an article that may shine some light on their potential and what their huge contribution to the success of any hotel or company can be.

If you require some one to set up your Social networking platform, or hiring a Social Media Manager, please let us know, as we would be pleased to assist. As a loyal client of Renard International if you need anything, just ask!


The 15 Most Important Rules of Resume E-Mail Etiquette

More than 80 years have passed since Emily Post wrote her first book on etiquette. Back then, the rules had more to do with how to properly introduce someone and which fork to use at dinner party. But with the introduction of new communication tools comes new rules of engagement. Here are 15 quick tips and rules for what is - and isn’t—acceptable behaviour when using e-mail to send your resume.

1. Be concise and to the point. Read your e-mail to make sure it makes sense before sending to avoid e-mail "ping-pong".

2. Use proper spelling, grammar & punctuation. This is still a communication and a representation of YOU. Sloppy spelling and punctuation looks unprofessional.

3. Don’t use e-mail to deliver personal news about your career. If you need to discuss a serious matter with someone, only use e-mail to request a face to face meeting or phone call, not to deliver the news.

4. Do not attach unnecessary files, especially large ones or too many pictures or references. Sending big files can cause someone’s e-mail system to clog, shut down or crash. Instead, use for large documents.

5. Do not overuse the high priority option. Use it only when something is truly critical and time sensitive.

6. Do not write in CAPITALS – it’s the equivalent of shouting.

7. Don’t leave out the message thread. Everyone receives many resumes a day, so insure they can connect the dots to your file.

8. Give your recipients an easy way to opt-out, remove themselves from your list or to reply to your request for career move.

9. Do not overuse "Reply to All." If you have a message for the sender that is not relevant to everyone else, make sure you only send it to that person.

10. Do not "CC" everyone when sending a resume to multiple people. Instead, use the bcc (blind carbon copy) to keep everyone’s e-mail private. Also anyone seeing you sending resumes to everyone will disregard your information.

11. Don’t overuse abbreviations and emoticons.

12. Don’t use neon colors, hard to read fancy fonts and background images. They make it difficult – if not impossible – to read your message and it looks unprofessional.

13. Only use rich text and HTML messages when you are certain the recipient can receive that type of message. Many people can only open text messages, and most rich test and HTML messages don’t convert well.

14. Do not forward a message that was sent to you without permission from the original sender.

15. Do not use e-mail to discuss confidential information. If you don’t want the entire world to see it, then don’t put it in an e-mail.


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