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What We’re Thankful For

As we move closer to the end of the year we wanted to take this time to reflect on the… Read more »

Always Double Check Your Resume

“We are going to have to pass on this candidate.” We recently received this message about a candidate our client… Read more »

Should You Accept a Counteroffer?

This is a decision only you can make, but in our experience accepting a counteroffer is never a good idea.… Read more »

Why You Should Always Be Open to New Opportunities

Even if you are not looking to leave your current position, you should still be open to learning about new… Read more »

The Tricks and Treats of Recruiting

Sometimes beginning a search can feel like going trick-or-treating. You know your objective (to get candy/find the perfect candidate), but… Read more »

The Stages of Recruiting Grief

We’ve all been there. You’ve got the perfect candidate. They match the job description to a T (and then some).… Read more »

Recruiting Myths: Bypassing a Recruiter

A common recruiting myth we face is candidates who believe they will gain favor with a company by applying directly… Read more »

Tips for Improving Job Satisfaction and Retention

A few weeks ago we released a blog post discussing why job retention is not a recruiter’s responsibility. However, we… Read more »

Are Recruiters Responsible for Job Retention and Satisfaction?

Job retention is not a recruiter’s responsibility because job satisfaction is not something we have control over. Of course, a… Read more »

Why You Should Tell Your Recruiter Your Real Salary Expectations

We do not set the compensation ranges for the positions we recruit for, our clients do. So candidates—please tell us… Read more »