A CULTURE YOU CAN THRIVE IN

As Recruiters we always want to find the right opportunities for our candidates. Culture is always a topic of conversations. Our candidates talk about laid back, friendly, collaborative, positive, or entrepreneurial culture- the list can go on. I recently spoke to a...

MY STORY

On NYE in 2011 my boyfriend of 11 years proposed to me on a rooftop in Minneapolis. It was one of the best nights of my life! A year later and the wedding planning started! AHHHH! Wedding dresses, bridesmaid’s dresses, flowers shops, guest list, food, seating and...

FIRST TIME BUYER

Make sure you research the company before your job interview. Employers want to see that a candidate has done his/her homework prior to an interview. This applies for in-person interviews, video interviews and phone interviews. Having knowledge about a company’s...

DON’T BE A DEAD FISH

Handshaking is perhaps the most widely recognized of greetings worldwide, in both Western and non-Western societies. While on the surface a handshake appears to be a warm, friendly gesture, this can be a superficial reading. It’s important to recognize the different...

WHAT DO I WANT TO BE WHEN I GROW UP?

As a recruiter, most of the candidates I talk to in the course of my day seem to have a pretty good handle on the answer to that question. Most seem to have a path in mind. But occasionally, I have had some candidates ask me for more advice than I have a right, or am...