Monthly Archives: March 2021

Recruiting in a global economy

Last week when discussing a new search with a new client’s hiring manager, I was struck by how much the workplace has changed over the past 35 years I’ve been recruiting.   This search was for a Team Leader (used to … continue reading

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Recruiting in the age of Social Media

First I’m going to admit that I’ve been doing recruiting since the dark ages, seriously…. BEFORE email, fax, social media, Goggle and instant information.   Back in the day, I could either talk the client into interviewing based on my verbal … continue reading

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The Endangered Species of Effective Placement: Clear Communication and Trust

I have an article over on the NPA website called “Zen and the Art of Split Placements”. There are many points within it that I feel are important to employers, but the one that comes to mind most frequently is about … continue reading

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Cover Letter No-Nos Every Job Seeker Should …Well…Know.

One thing people who are applying for jobs dread most is writing a cover letter. Even if you are a good writer, it can be a chore and a pretty stressful process. Plus, if you aren’t one to frequently write … continue reading

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Zen and the Art of Split Placements

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