Obama vs. Romney: Creating Jobs for American Workers

It’s Election Day and with Americans casting their votes, many of them have the same question in mind: How do the presidential candidates intend to improve America’s job market? Barack Obama (Democrat) and Mitt Romney (Republican) have each proposed jobs plans that […]

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Hot Election Issues: What Do Voters Care About?

What issues are Americans passionate about in regards to this year’s election? According to Forbes, social networks cite jobs, taxes and energy as the top 3 hot buttons. Other issues that stood out during debates were healthcare, national debt and foreign policy. […]

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10 Common Sense Interview Tips

We coach our candidates extensively before interviews with our clients. However, recently, I’ve seen an increase in mistakes made by candidates. These mistakes are things we didn’t discuss with the candidates since we believed they were “common sense”. Below are some common […]

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Does Anyone Care if You Have an MBA?

When I graduated with my BBA a few years ago, I was certain I was done with college forever. While friends were going on to law school or med school, I was already working. An advanced degree? Not for me. Flash forward […]

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Contract to Hire: The Real Story

It’s not uncommon for candidates to be skeptical of the contract to hire situation. There are pros and cons to this employment arrangement for both candidates and managers alike. So what’s the real story on contract to hire? Why do companies use […]

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What Drives Me Crazy About Hiring Managers

Recently, I came across an article called “What Drives Me Nuts About Staffing Agencies”. I couldn’t help but think of the other side of the story. So, here are five profiles of hiring managers that have driven me crazy (and many of […]

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