I am currently redoing my resume and I want it to look great. My biggest issue is with my work history. One of my former employers is no longer in business. There are other stores (it was a chain) but no one that worked with me works at the other stores. I don't want to leave the job off my resume, but there isn't a phone number or address and I no longer have a current number for my old supervisor. How should I present this job that is out of business?
Josie, on your resume you should list this employer just as you would all your other employers. As I explain in this video, it's not your responsibilty that the store was closed so you should not feel shy about mentioning your experience and accomplishments at that job.
When an employer considers you for your next job, he or she will likely conduct a verification of the work history on your resume. At that time they will discover that your former employer is no longer in business and will probably contact the corporate headquarters to confirm that you worked for the company.
By the way, there's no need to put a phone number and address for any of the employers that you list on your resume.