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Should I put perfect attendance on my resume?

There’s no need to overstate your accomplishments either. For some jobs, just noting that you “had a perfect attendance record” is sufficient. However, even briefly relating one way you went “above and beyond” can turn an otherwise bland resume into one that hooks you the interview.

How do you say good with people on a resume?

If you indicate that you are a people person on your job application, you are more likely to be selected for an interview.

  1. Communication Skills. Strong communication skills are the essence of being a people person.
  2. Customer Service.
  3. Multiculturalism and Diversity.
  4. Artful Supervision.
  5. Team Player.

How do you list fast learner on a resume?

You can also use phrases as ways to say “fast learner.” Consider active statements like “Able to grasp new concepts quickly”, “Excellent capacity to retain new things,” or “I can assimilate new ideas efficiently.”

How do you say have a good day in a cute way?

Other Ways to Say “Have a Great Day” Have an awesome day! I hope your day is great! Today will be the best! Have a splendid day!

What can I say instead of have fun?

What is another word for have fun?

whoop it up celebrate
enjoy oneself make merry
party rave
rejoice carouse
have a party make whoopee

How do you say enjoy the rest of your day?

“Enjoy the rest of your day” or “I hope you enjoy your day” would sound slightly more colloquial. Or even more commonly used “Have a nice day” or “have a good day”.

Have a nice rest of your day meaning?

I think “have a good rest of your day” is a subtle way of saying that I am not going to be able to get back to you today if you have more questions/follow-up, so I won’t be talking to you for the rest of the day. You could say, “Well, since I won’t be talking to you again today, have a good day” but that’d be weird.

Is have a good rest of your day grammatically correct?

No. ”Enjoy the rest of your day”. ”Have a great day”. These are grammatically correct and should be used instead.

How do you tell someone to have a good rest?

Going to Bed

  1. Good night.
  2. Sleep well.
  3. Have a good night’s sleep.
  4. Make sure you get a good night’s sleep.
  5. I hope you sleep well.
  6. See you in the morning.
  7. Sweet dreams.
  8. Sleep tight!

What are different ways to say rest?

other words for take a break

  1. lie down.
  2. recline.
  3. sit back.
  4. take it easy.
  5. unwind.
  6. calm down.
  7. chill out.
  8. rest.

What is a good rest alternative?

Don’t forget to say your prayers. Sleep well, my little prince/princess….Good Night for Lovers

  • I’m so lucky to have you, sweetheart!
  • I can’t imagine myself with anyone else!
  • Goodnight, the love of my life!
  • Can’t wait to wake up next to you!
  • Dream of me.
  • I’ll dream of you tonight and see you.
  • I’ll be dreaming of your face!

How do you say did you sleep well?

A simple translation would be: “¿Has dormido bien?” “¡Sí, he dormido muy bien!” Some more natural forms for the answer are: “¡Sí, he dormido genial!” “¡Sí, estupendamente!” (without repeating the verb here, because it is known from the question) And if you want some more casual expressions: “Sí, he dormido como un …

Did you sleep well or good?

The correct usage is ‘slept well’. ‘Well’ is an adverb; it is used to describe (give more information about) verbs. In your example, ‘well’ is describing the verb ‘slept’ (past tense of ‘sleep’); you’re talking about how you slept. “How did you sleep?”

How do you ask someone if they’re awake?

how to ask a person if they’re still awake ? “slept already?” or “sleep already?” If you want to use the words “sleep” and “already”, then you can ask: “Are you already asleep?” or “Have you already gone to sleep?”

What does it mean when someone says sleep well?

Sleep well is said to people who are on their way to bed. It is a pleasant comment which means “I hope you get all the rest you need, and do not have any unpleasant dreams.” Yes – I agree, this is the usual meaning of this common phrase.