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“Walk me through your resume”

What does is really mean when a candidate is asked to walk someone through their resume?  Is it simply an ice-breaking conversation starter, or something more?  My colleague at TMAC-Direct Michael Pietrack wrote the following

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The COVID-19 Labor Market Imbalance: Carpe Diem

The Blogs of Dave Murphy As an Executive Recruiter I’ve noticed that the marketplace for labor behaves similarly to other free markets in a capitalistic economy.  As demand increases for it and supply remains the

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Reverse Rejection

Feelings can get hurt rather easily in the interview process, often due to simple misunderstandings.  My friend and colleague at TMAC-Direct Michael Pietrack recently wrote the following blog addressing this fundamental interviewing question: Reverse Rejection

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Video Interviewing Best Practices

The Blogs of Dave Murphy: “Video Interviewing Best Practices” These days I find myself in the interesting position of helping both hiring managers and candidates prepare for the uncomfortable experience of video interviewing. Since nobody

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That Job is Still Open?!?

What is the hidden cost of re-starting a search to fill a key position? My friend and colleague at TMAC-Direct Michael Pietrack recently wrote the following blog addressing this fundamental interviewing question. The Cost of

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What is an “Offer Letter?”

The Blogs of Dave Murphy: “What is an Offer Letter?” When my clients and I get to the end of an interview process the hiring team and the candidate typically begin talking about the “Offer

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Minivans, Pawn Stars, and the Russian Judge

The Blogs of Dave Murphy: “Minivans, Pawn Stars, and the Russian Judge” Why is “consensus” interviewing so frustrating? My friend and colleague at TMAC Direct Michael Pietrack recently wrote the following blog addressing this fundamental

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Corporate Housing – Back to the Future?

The Blogs of Dave Murphy: Corporate Housing – Back to the Future? In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s it was not uncommon among employers in industrialized countries to provide residential housing for their employees,

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