Job Seekers

  • The 5 People You Should Surround Yourself With When Looking for a New Job, And Who You Should Avoid

    The job search process is unique to every person. For some, it’s an exciting period of time and they view it as the hunt for their next mountain to climb; they’re seeking out opportunity and it’s enthralling. For others, it can be a very anxious period of time, especially if it was unwanted or prompted […]
  • Recruiting Guide 2018: How Best to Work with a Recruiter [The Candidate Edition]

    Business is booming, and so too is the battle for top talent. [We’re hiring sales professionals, start your job search here.] But, 2018 is going to be a recruiting year unlike any other. The perfect storm has formed – where there is a tremendous need for skilled professionals, and HR and recruiting platforms are becoming […]
  • Helpless vs. Resourceful

    Over the last 13 years of hiring people for our company we have tried to come up with some profile or some marker to look for how to determine who has a better chance of success. We have used traditional hiring methods, behavior analysis, evaluations and multiple interviews to try and screen employees who will not […]
  • Labor Day Report: Employment Trends and the State of the Workforce

    Labor Day celebrates the U.S. worker. It is a day intended for rest and relaxation, and for those of us tracking employment trends, it is a day of reflection and foresight. Where We Have Been The labor market, especially in New Hampshire, is closing in at full capacity. Although, with an unemployment rate at a […]
  • Emojis

    I really never thought I’d be writing something about emojis. A few years ago I would have said, “ a what?” For a while they were the purview of teens. Then they spread; my in-laws send them in text messages, my friends in email, and I once overheard a man in coffee shops say “hashtag […]