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How Do I Become An EDI Developer?

Posted by Kelly Nichols on Apr 8, 2022 12:45 PM

As a recruiter, I’ve had many people ask me “How do I become an EDI developer?” There’s no simple answer. Historically, an EDI coordinator or EDI business analyst who wanted to become an EDI developer would be trained on their company’s EDI tool and their career would evolve internally.

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EDI and B2B Resume Tips to Make You Stand Out

Posted by Charley Hughes on Apr 14, 2020 8:15 AM

With the rapid emergence of Covid-19 and resulting uncertain times, some EDI and integration professionals across North America find themselves seeking work unexpectedly. Our hearts go out to you and we're here to help.

Here are some tips from Remedi to make your resume makeover easy and effective, and get you ready for the next chapter of your career.

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Considerations for an Integration Contract-to-Hire Position

Posted by Brooke Lester on Oct 28, 2019 2:04 PM

When the economy is tight and companies are leery to commit to hiring new permanent employees, a contract-to-hire (C2H) arrangement is an excellent option. This type of arrangement benefits candidates during a recovery cycle and even during good times.

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Tips for Video Interviews

Posted by Kelly Nichols on Dec 5, 2017 9:01 AM

With the advancement of technology and the increase of internet speeds, we are seeing more and more clients request video interviews instead of face to face for contract, contract to hire and permanent positions. This is huge because it gives clients more access to a wider range of candidates without having to fly them all onsite.

Here are some tips to help you have a successful video interview. Most of your video interviews are usually conducted in a home.

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EDI Professionals: The Importance of References

Posted by Kelly Nichols on Sep 14, 2017 8:25 AM

There is no better call to make than to offer someone a position. I have been a recruiter for 15 years and still love helping people find employment. However, as all things, some aspects of the job get easier and some get more difficult. I have noticed that it is harder and harder to get references from a candidates prior employers. Why did the word “Reference” become such a negative word in our society?

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