Aug 14, 2018 - 05:06 AM
It's common during the hiring process for employers to use references at some point. While they usually don't want to see them on your resume, hiring managers may ask about references after your interview. At that point, you can provide a list of references to the employer. You should include their name, phone number or email address, company information, and your connection to them. Make sure you tell anyone on your list that you've chosen them as a reference ahead of time.
In some rare cases, you may need to include references on your resume or cover letter. Handle this request just as you would when you submit references later in the hiring process. Create a separate reference page along with your resume listing the names and contact details for each individual.