Recruiting Services

When there are gaps in a candidate's resume

When there are gaps in a candidate’s resume

When there are gaps in a candidate’s resume In recruiting, it’s common to encounter gaps in resumes. Most […]

The true costs of bad hires

The true costs of bad hires

The true costs of bad hires As the economy improves, it’s getting harder to attract and retain talent. […]

Bringing temp workers into your business: Dos and don’ts

Bringing temp workers into your business: Dos and don’ts

Bringing temp workers into your business: Dos and don’ts For some organizations, temporary workers are business-as-usual. For others, […]

The 3 big challenges of recruiting for mental health jobs

The 3 big challenges of recruiting for mental health jobs Finding qualified candidates for behavioral and mental health […]

Our Recruiting Process to Find you the Ideal Candidate

Our clients are seeking the best of the best for their organizations. Since a bad hire can cost a company a lot of money, we feel it is very important for our clients to fully understand our recruiting process for finding top talent. This is an important conversation to have as it not only assures our clients that we have a careful, well-thought approach to recruiting, but it also gives us an opportunity to get to know the ins and outs of what the client is looking for in a new hire. The more we know and understand what our clients’ hiring needs and culture are, the better we are able to serve them.

How to write a job description

Writing a job description that works | Part 1: Basic Ingredients

A good job description is one of the most important tools in a successful job placement. It helps employers describe, refine, and sell a role. It allows job candidates to compare their skills and background to the requirements of the position—and to qualify or disqualify themselves. It’s essential for recruiters, ad writers, and interviewers. In fact, if done right, it prevents wasted time for everyone.