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Tips To Following Up Like A Pro

February 11th, 2016|Blog|

Have you ever been here? Spending what seems like endless hours looking through job description after job description, sending resume after resume, and some instances, filling out tedious application after tedious application. Most of the jobs look so generic and unexciting; until something happens. You see one that stands apart from the rest, a description [...]

The Referral Rundown

February 9th, 2016|Blog|

In recruitment you will find that one of the best qualities of a great performer lies within their ability to adapt to the ever changing world of talent acquisition. We are chameleons – we accustom our strategies to the various markets we recruit in, to the personality differences of our clients, and to the evolving [...]

Being all you can be in management.

February 8th, 2016|Blog|

  Everyone wants to be the boss but when you get to that point in your career, how do you balance it all? As a Client Service manager, I would like to think that I am super flexible but firm at the same time. With a little over 20 employees reporting to me, and that [...]

Recruiters are Customer Service Reps in Disguise

January 25th, 2016|Blog|

Or are they? Recruiters like to think they are working towards the same overall goals as their client customers but are they really? The answer is, they should always be thinking about their client’s goals. Being cooperative with clients is easier than it appears to be. Ask questions. If you have never worked with this [...]

Skeptical of recruiting companies? Let’s set the record straight.

January 21st, 2016|Blog|

    While third party recruitment is definitely on the rise, there is still some skepticism regarding recruiting companies on both ends of the individuals and companies in need of them. In the eyes of the prospective candidate one may wonder- Are my best interests at heart? Can I trust the company to find me [...]

Recruiting: A Special Blend of Qualities

January 20th, 2016|Blog|

  What does it take to be a recruiter? Someone once told me that recruiting is a lot like cooking. There is no one right way to do it and everyone has their own style. At the time, I had no idea just how true a statement that is. However, every single day that I [...]

First Day Success Stories Start Here

January 14th, 2016|Blog|

It’s your first day at your brand new job, and you can’t even begin to pinpoint all the emotions you are feeling. Your mind is turning with tons of questions, and you are full of apprehension for what your first day will bring. First impressions are everything, and although it’s important to make a good [...]

Ready….. Set….. Interview

January 13th, 2016|Blog|

Interviewing for new positions, even considering leaving your current position, can be very stressful. Below are a few quick tips that can be helpful when interviewing for new opportunities. Always do your homework: Read the company website. Employers can get insulted if you are asked “have you had a chance to look at the company [...]

So you still haven’t found a job…..

January 8th, 2016|Blog|

We’ve all been there. We go on an interview, you think it went well, but then you find you didn’t get the job. First of all, hang in there. Sometimes the best jobs find you when you least expect it. However, this doesn’t mean stop trying. If you have repeatedly been passed over it’s time [...]

Joining the Culture Club: How to build and establish a successful company culture

January 7th, 2016|Blog|

You’re a prospective employee, eagerly (and perhaps nervously) waiting for someone to enter the room to interview you about a position you’ve always wanted. A notepad is out to make sure you take detailed notes and the phone has been turned OFF. You’ve rehearsed answers to yourself beforehand and have done so to the point [...]