Category: Food for Thought

Candidates: Reach out and refer

There are jobs to be had! After having the pleasure of working with so many candidates and on so many job openings, I have come to the conclusion that the value of recruiting is not as well-known as it should … 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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Making a career move

Switching jobs is usually a very stressful process and we find that a large percentage of people haven’t thought things through to the extent that they should.  There are some obvious factors that go into making a career move (title, … Continue reading

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The Common Denominator of Success

A common question that people are asked during interviews is “How do you define success?” Every person defines success differently, but for me it brings to mind an article a past supervisor shared with me – Common Denominator of Success … Continue reading

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It’s not complicated.

Between the hundreds of phone calls, voicemails, emails, and meetings recruiters have on a weekly (and sometimes daily!) basis, it can be easy to forget (or complicate) the underlying purpose of our chaotic work day—finding the right fit. The following … Continue reading

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I read a few interesting articles recently and I thought it would be a great blog topic because of how mixed my feelings were toward the subject.  The topic, discrimination against the unemployed, seems to be getting more airtime and … Continue reading

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