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VP Julien Bois Attends Awards Gala Honoring Women Activists

VP of search and interim staffing, Julien Bois, represented Justin Bradley at the Women for Women (WfW) Awards Gala on Nov. 19, 2014. WfW held its gala in New York City at the American Museum of Natural History. The event honored women leaders and activists and featured a video message by Angelina Jolie. The nonprofit organization supports  Read the Full Story  ›

 

Connecting with Recruiters on LinkedIn: Why Do It Anyway?

Today there is a lot of conversation about how people present themselves on social media and how others perceive you based on your Twitter or Facebook presence. LinkedIn, a social network for professionals, is no different. A profile done right can give you that much-needed public recognition for your accomplishments, let others know how to  Read the Full Story  ›

 

Need a Career Boost? 7 Ways Temp Positions May Do Just That

Have you thought about taking a temporary or contract position? It could be a great way to give your career a boost. These assignments help you gain new skills, expand your experiences and explore new organizations – all while being paid. Here are seven reasons why taking a temp position may be the right move  Read the Full Story  ›

 

Justin Bradley’s EVP, Andrew Chase, Attends National Press Club Luncheon, Sept. 17

 

Put the Internet to Work for You: Search Tips for Job Seekers

Social media and the Internet have completely revolutionized how job seekers find new positions. Today, most job hunts begin with a Google search rather than a scan of the newspaper’s job section. With thousands of online job boards, job aggregators, company career portals and social media options available for job seekers, trying to decide where  Read the Full Story  ›

 

To Work or Not to Work … With a Recruiter – That is the Question

Conducting a job search can easily become a full-time job. Online job posting boards and LinkedIn have made opportunities more visible and accessible; however, it means more time spent evaluating, coordinating and meeting potential new employers. With so little time in our lives, anyone or anything that can help us make the search more efficient  Read the Full Story  ›

 

The Talent Scout: Your Career Building Blocks

I’m often asked for ideas on how to build a satisfying career. Beyond education, what can we do to position ourselves so that we’re managing our careers and not just letting the tide move us in and out of roles – or companies – to which we don’t aspire or find fulfilling? It’s never too  Read the Full Story  ›

 

The Talent Scout: Power Up Your Pitch at Networking Events!

Attending a networking event can be an intimidating prospect!  As a recruiter for the past 10 years, I have learned a thing or two about navigating around a room full of business professionals that I don’t know on the hunt for mutually beneficial connections. If a networking event isn’t your natural habitat and opening up  Read the Full Story  ›

 
 

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