Is Your Top Candidate a Good Fit For Your Company Culture?

December 16th, 2018

Your team executed the company’s staffing plan to perfection; identifying a top candidate with the skills and experience that meet the organizational need. But are they a fit with your office culture? It’s an important issue, as cultural fit contributes greatly to employee morale and retention. Ultimately, analyzing a candidate’s cultural fit needs to be… Read More

Getting the Most Out of Your Partnership with Your Staffing Firm

October 19th, 2012

The whole idea behind working with a staffing company is to make your work life easier, but it’s important that you take the time to lay the groundwork. If you rarely communicate with your staffing firm of choice, if you only talk to them when you’re in a pinch, or if you don’t communicate your… Read More

Got Questions? You Should!

October 12th, 2012

At some point, in every job interview, the interviewer should ask you if you have any questions. And you should have some. In fact, you should have – and ask – questions of potential employers throughout the hiring process! Before the Interview When you get a call from a hiring manager about coming in for… Read More

Why You Should Consider a Seasonal Job

October 5th, 2012

Being unemployed or underemployed around the holidays doesn’t have to be a bad thing! You’re in a unique position to take advantage of employers who need holiday help. You may be able to get your foot in the door at a company that doesn’t seem to be hiring full time. You may think that only… Read More

Don’t Be a Generic Candidate: Personalize Your Cover Letter!

September 21st, 2012

When you read this headline, you probably thought to yourself, “Does anybody read cover letters anymore?!” YES. Savvy recruiters and hiring managers still read cover letters and any other correspondence to get a sense of how strong a candidate’s communication skills are. Cover letters, or any emails or other correspondences, are crucial to the initial… Read More