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Tools Are Only Good If You Use Them

By |April 9th, 2018

Recently, I received an email introduction from a prospective job candidate. With a quick review of our system, I realized I already knew the individual. Not really “knew”, but “knew” as in we were connected on several networking platforms and had exchanged at least one message months earlier.

Time invested in connecting without follow through […]

Ditch These Self-Destroying Job Search Excuses

By |January 1st, 2018

Working in the job search business affords talent acquisition pros with fantastic, nitty-gritty, human level interaction. It’s professional, and can be personal, at times. Through the course of an interview process, recruiters get to know candidates. We coordinate interviews around already busy schedules, and anyone who’s been successful in the job hunt knows it […]

Frustrated to Motivated

By |October 2nd, 2017

Opportunities don’t just come along. They must be cultivated, developed, and attracted. It takes time and commitment to find the right fit for any situation.

It’s an inherent flaw in the employment process. Too many individuals wait until they are in a desperation mode before establishing contact with prospective employers.

Individuals who remove themselves from the […]

Be the Hero of Your Own Story

By |August 6th, 2017

Too often, we hear from candidates who want to get out of their current industry. They want new challenges, and they want to take their existing skills and experience elsewhere. In theory, it sounds plausible. It reality, it’s a huge mistake.
Competition is fierce. No doubt about it. Companies are aggressively hiring and struggling to […]

Peekaboo: The Job Market Hiding From You

By |May 23rd, 2016

By David Rose
Nearly 8 out of 10 jobs vacancies in the United States are never advertised. These positions are filled internally (promotion/succession), through networking (online and in real life), and by way of referrals (from both, inside and outside the organization).
Too often, candidates spend too much time focused on the remaining 2 of 10 […]