The Electrical Industry’s Professional Recruiter

Gender Stereotypes from age 6, Perpetuated in the Electrical Industry

Did you see the NBC News story “Girls May See Boys as Smarter starting at age 6” this summer? I did, and it really struck a chord with me. [https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/video/girls-may-see-boys-as-smarter-starting-at-age-6-new-study-indic

The Buzz Newsletter – August 2017

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First Job

Every one of us can remember our first job. It’s seared into our memory; we can tell you how much we were paid, what our specific job was, what hours we worked and most details of our boss at that time. It’s a notable part of our lives. For many

Professional Recruiter Fees – Return on Investment, Not an Expense

You have a vacancy in a sales, operations, marketing or engineering role.  One of your top performers left unexpectedly or you need to replace an underperforming team member.  In either case, you realize that the role needs to be filled in a timely

7 Areas to Help You Dust Off That Old Resume

In the electrical industry, we have noticed more people getting ready to make a job change.  Many seem to have been with their companies for 10 years or more and want to raise their heads out of the sand and see what is out there.   If you feel th

The Buzz Newsletter – July 2017

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Reductive Internal Equity

In just a very short 4 years, the US has seen a compound annual growth rate of nearly 15% for the S&P 500 (1/1/2013 to 1/1/2017), this is a rate of growth that has brought significant wealth to many of the fortunate people with investments in the

The Buzz Newsletter – June 2017

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Communications

We’re in the communications business; and for what we do, the clarity and depth of the content of those communications is imperative. We have new clients who tell us that they’ll send a job description and expect us to go ahead and send candidate

Generalist vs. Industry Niche Recruiter?

Lately I’ve had conversations with candidates asking me whether or not I would follow up with them after submitting their resume to a client. That's a great question and something candidate's should be asking. I’ve seen postings on LinkedIn that