URGENCY. What does this word mean to you? To me, I think about speed. URGENCY is a term that recruiters often use to identify level of importance/speed to fill when it comes to helping their hiring manager recruit for an open position.
Reliable, professional, college degree, great communicator, and at least three years of prior experience. What's on your candidate wish list? When speaking with clients I have found that many "wish lists" cover many of the same attributes (outside of the actual skill set of the job). Everyone has a company culture, a personality fit, an
If you've spent at least three days in sales you've probably heard the phrase, "ABC: Always Be Closing." This phrase was uttered by Alec Baldwin in cult classic Glengarry Glen Ross, which was an adaptation of the screenplay written by David Mamet. Hearing the phrase gives people the impression of the overly pushy and aggressive
Careers, family, personal life, hobbies, goals. We all have these in common and are areas in our life that are important to each of us. Who doesn't want personal fulfillment and satisfaction? If you are like me, this may be a challenge.
Imagine this scenario: You interview a great candidate for an important opening in your company. The interview goes well and you are sure they will be a great fit. You make them a competitive offer and you think it is merely an afterthought that they will accept. Then you get the call. "Thank you for
I asked myself the question, do I take things for granted? This can be your family, health, job, or really anything in your day to day life. Recently Celebrity Staff had what people like to call an “ah ha” moment when a coworker’s house burnt to the ground and they lost everything.
At my son's two year well check our doctor informed my wife and me that our son’s head size was off the chart. She then went on to tell us that there is a possibility that something could be growing in his head, but we shouldn't worry now but wait another six months to see
When I started my career at Celebrity Staff I was heading into my last semester of college. I was working full time, had a course load of 19 credit hours, and an internship. I knew from several years of working and going to school full time that in order to be successful I would have
Whether it’s because someone is retiring or business is booming, you’ve made the decision to hire. What’s your next step? Bringing on a new member of your team is a big investment of time and money. You need to make sure the new person is truly a fit not only for the job but also
Let's take a quick poll…how many companies plan on hiring new talent in 2016? According to the latest statistics, at least 42 percent of companies will do some sort of hiring this year for one reason or another. I continually hear from companies that they are either in the process of hiring or are going