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    Communicating With Your Recruiter

    April 3, 2019

    Your phone rang and you had that initial conversation with a recruiter. Congratulations! You just started a brand new professional relationship, and like all relationships, communication is key. Regardless of who reached out to whom first, it's important to stay in contact. 

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    3 Tips for a Seamless Job Relocation

    March 6, 2019

    Starting a new job and relocating at the same time is potentially one of the most stressful endeavors you can take on if not planned out correctly. Just because people apply for jobs that would require relocation, doesn't mean they always do the necessary research on the location prior to getting a job offer. Here are a few things to think about before that job offer comes.

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    New Year's Resolutions: How To Work More Efficiently

    February 20, 2019

    Groundhog Day has passed and as we fall into the familiarity of another year, it is easy to forget those New Year's resolutions. Have we already forgone on going to the gym or how we will change our diet? There are many things we can claim we will change but actually acting on minimizing our pitfalls can be a difficult task.

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    Company Culture Should Come First When Hiring

    February 6, 2019

    My first hire as a new manager 13 years ago was a disaster. His his resume was great and he carried a conversation with superb grace and composure. And to top it off, he drove a big, fancy car! So what went wrong? 

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    Retaining Employees Acquired by Staffing

    January 23, 2019

    In today’s market, we obviously see the rise in difficulty of finding qualified talent. However, what might not appear obvious, but in-essence becomes more important than finding qualified employees, is keeping qualified employees and specifically those acquired through staffing groups. The main reason for this is that clients have spent money and time to fill a role. The opening is sent to staffing groups because the client is either in a crunch to fill a position to keep up with production or because they do not have the resources available to qualify or find good talent for future growth. In today’s job market, candidates have plenty of options, you must put practices in place to entice employees to stay, communicate their biggest concerns and make sure your investment through staffing will pay off.

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    Hiring a Staffing Specialist vs. Generalist

    January 10, 2019

    When you look at Western medicine and how we categorize medical doctors and their capabilities, they usually fall into one of two categories: specialist or generalist. Specialists are able to provide a higher quality of care because of their additional training, education and focus on a specific area; they can target and treat specific conditions by providing expert procedures or treatment plans to help their patients achieve a higher level of care. The same distinction can also be found in the recruitment and staffing industry.

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    Closing the Deal with Reversing

    December 19, 2018

    There is a problem in the world of salespeople, and that problem is that they are often talking too much. If a salesperson asked a question every time they opened their mouth, more sales would be closed. Let’s take a step back for a second and think of a stereotypical used car salesman with their, “I’ll tell you what I’m going to do for you.” That is just a bad sales presentation, and everyone knows it. This salesman’s mouth is constantly moving, trying to force a sale. We all want a professional salesman, someone who lets the client or prospect do the talking by "reversing" to keep the conversation flowing in the direction of a closed deal.

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    How Your Resume is Parsed

    November 21, 2018

    Years and years ago, people tried to get the attention of a recruiter by making their paper resume/CV “stand out.” They’d try fancier paper, special fonts, columns, formatting, bold headlines and putting their picture on their CV. I personally like the fellow who mailed one new shoe to an employer with his resume and a note stating, “I’d like to get my other foot in the door.”

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    Looking for a Job? No One's Reaching Out to You? Check Your Resume!

    November 7, 2018

    As a recruiter, I often hear candidates complain about not receiving responses to their job applications. The first question I always ask is, "Have you checked your resume to make sure your contact information is correct?" Most will say, "Yes" or "I’m pretty sure it’s correct," and that’s when I walk them through their resume. 

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    Making Your Resume Stand Out

    October 24, 2018

    I’m a big believer in tailoring your resume for the job opportunity you want. As you look at a job description, you see the skill and technologies requirements for the job. Why would you not add some of those keywords if you have that experience in your background?

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    3 Things You Need to Consider Before Accepting a Job Offer

    October 10, 2018

    The job search and interview process can last anywhere from a few days to a few months. You filled out the application, underwent a personality test, took a phone interview, went through a multi-person panel interview and had lunch with the President. You now find yourself with a job offer in hand and you want to make sure you're making the right decision.

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    Does My Appearance in the Workplace Really Matter?

    September 26, 2018

    What’s being conveyed to potential hiring prospects, clients or business partners during the first three seconds of your encounter? Some studies show that it only takes three seconds for an opinion to be formed about you. Here's why appearance in the workplace does matter.