A reference list is a list of people that an employer can contact to learn more about you. These people should be able to vouch for your qualifications for the job. Sometimes the employer contacts one person on the list, and in other cases the employer contacts all.
The employer can contact these links either by email or by phone.
An active link list can be a great way to demonstrate your qualifications for a position, but this does not mean that you should automatically include it in your resume.
If not include links
If the publication of tasks does not request links, the answer is simple: do not provide links to resumes or send links with your application. There are several good reasons for this.
Thus, providing links to the resume itself may link you to the old candidate for the job (even if you have not done so). Employers also understand that the policies of many companies do not provide links to their staff (because of potential lawsuits if they give a bad link).
Thus, they do not expect applicants to provide such a list.
Finally, even if you trust your links to give a strong recommendation, there is always a chance that they will not actually do this or they are themselves known and not respected by members of the employment committee who will review your resume.
When a job posting requests links, follow the instructions in the job publication when you send your links. If this is not provided, do not include the list in your resume; instead, create it as a separate list of three links to send to the company.
When links are required as part of a job application, send or download a separate page with a list of links.
This list should include the name of each link, job title, company, address, phone number and email address.
If the job list asks you to send a list of links but does not tell you how much you need, include three in the list. This is the typical number of references that employers want for each candidate.