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Job Seekers: Why you should use a recruiter

There are a lot of common perceptions people have of working with recruiters. We have all come across countless people who would prefer not to work with a recruiter, or who haven’t worked with a recruiter in the past. With … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Avoid the Post-Grad Blues

I’d be lying if I said I have figured out the secrets to an easy transition from the college lifestyle you have been accustomed to into the working world.  There are, however, a few things that I have realized in … Continue reading

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Hiring the best talent in today’s market

Look – I get it, you’re busy, he’s busy, she’s busy – heck even I’m busy.  Hiring qualified candidates in our field has become more difficult recently and it’s not difficult to find out why – EVERYBODY is hiring right … Continue reading

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Obamacare and it’s Effects on the Recruiting Industry

The Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, is rolling out, and having some interesting effects on the recruiting industry. Contract hires have traditionally been a way for a company to “try before they buy” an employee because onboarding employees … Continue reading

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Save Your “Masque” for Next Halloween

In the spirit of Halloween, wearing a mask is a good thing and becoming someone you’re not is encouraged.  Lately, I’ve witnessed peers and candidates take this same approach to their interview process by becoming someone they’re not to land … Continue reading

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How to ignite your hiring process given this “Economy”

I heard a commercial the other day that referenced ‘the economy’ in a negative way, and I started thinking, “Are we still in a bad economy?” So… I checked the DOW–about double the bottom out number it hit in 2009. … Continue reading

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