Employment Blog Posts and Newsfeed

What’s the risk in changing industries?

What’s the risk in changing industries? I frequently have conversations with people who are contemplating a change in industry, or changing the market in which they work within a given industry, for example, switching from

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Closing in the Interview Process

“Closing in the Interview Process” Once we get past the first few jobs in our career there is always the question about how to close gracefully in a final interview. Particularly when interviewing for positions

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5 Things Recruiter’s Cant Do

I like to think of myself as an all-knowing, all-powerful staffing expert, but over the years I’ve learned that my influence as an Executive Recruiter has it’s limits. Sometimes candidates I try to assist in

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More Resume Tips

I review about 100 resumes each week and can safely say that some are better than others – much better. As a recruiter I have the luxury of talking a hiring manager through someone’s resume

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What about the “Overqualified?”

What about the “Overqualified?” As a Search Consultant I work closely with clients to understand the key skills they are seeking when filling important positions.  They always give me clear direction about minimum years of

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Corporate Relocation: We’ve Come Full Circle

Murphy’s Law on Recruiting Blog: “Corporate Relocation: We’ve Come Full Circle” There was a time, early in the post-WWII economic boom, when corporations rarely considered offering financial assistance to new employees to help compensate for

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Tax Tips for Job Seekers

Since it’s tax season a number of questions have come up regarding tax deductions for job seekers. It may be too late for those of you who haven’t filed for an extension for tax year

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Hiring People who will LAST

In the recruiting profession I have the luxury or the misery of looking at resumes all day long. There have definitely been times when someone looks perfect on paper to find that they just aren’t

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