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By: Michael Mayszak, Executive Recruiter Work-Life Balance: The key to staying Sharp With the fast-paced world we live in, striking that perfect balance between career and family has always been a challenge. Our schedules are getting busier than ever before, which often causes our work or our personal lives to suffer. When professionals feel a… Read more »

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By: Ryan Hahs, Executive Recruiter “You got the job!” Words that many of us would like to hear, especially after how much time we spend creating/updating our resume, applying for jobs, going to networking events, interviewing and following up. With all of the competitive talent out there, it’s important to stay relevant and current on… Read more »

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By:  Mary Gill, Operations Assistant @ Bell & Associates, Inc. “The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”  ― Albert Einstein   Change is difficult for everyone.  Change is inevitable.  Most people fear change, yet it happens daily.  Change in the workplace can… Read more »

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By: Jeremy Misterek, Recruiting Practice Lead Top Talent: How easily can your company secure the best talent? Professional sports teams see the value of using talent scouts, do you? Talent scouts, agents, recruiters, headhunters, professional net-workers, matchmakers… Whatever term you may refer to those individuals who locate the talent others miss doesn’t matter. What does… Read more »

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‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro’ the land, All the people were searching, for a job that is grand; The recruiters were calling all the clients with care, In hopes that their candidate would soon be employed there; The hiring managers were gone, already on vacation, While HR was still working through the… Read more »

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We received some interesting hiring statistics from CareerBuilder about our local market that we wanted to pass along to our network.  Everyone knows that it is difficult to find good, qualified candidates in today’s employment market.  One of the main reasons is simple supply and demand.  Current unemployment is below 2.5% for degreed professionals.  Additionally, the… Read more »