Tagged: Job Seekers

Job Seekers! Make Sure Your Resume Stands Out

As recruiters, we post new jobs almost every day with each posting bringing in anywhere from 20 to 100 applicants. It’s been said that a recruiter can read a resume and determine if it would be a fit in 20 seconds or less. Now many may be thinking: “That doesn’t seem like a lot of […]

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Hot Job of the Month! Recruiting Coordinator

Recruiting Coordinator The Davis Companies, a privately held family-owned, National staffing firm is seeking a Recruiting Coordinator to work in our Lawrenceville, GA office. DAVIS has been voted Best Places to Work for the past 2 years and we are projected to double our business in the next 5 years! We believe in a “work […]

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A Recruiter & Candidate Success Story

How a Long-term Recruiter-Candidate Relationship Can Pay Off Last Friday I received an email from Senior Recruiter, Rhonda, who works in our Lawrenceville, GA office. The subject was simply, “recruiter appreciation :-)”. Upon reading her email I knew the story was too good to not share. Her email is pasted below… I wanted to share […]

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Your Next Interview, It’s Not Just About You.

Often during interviews, candidates are asked questions about themselves. What is the greatest challenge you’ve faced and how did you overcome it? Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Who is your biggest role model and why? The list goes on. These types of questions naturally turn the focus of the candidate onto themselves, […]

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How to Dress for a Job Interview [VIDEO]

Hello from Hollywood! I just finished my first video shoot here at DAVIS! The video, entitled How to Dress for a Job Interview, discusses the ever-so-important dos and don’ts of interviewing. Together my team and I had a lot of fun, filming mock scenarios of two different job seekers. How to dress and come prepared for […]

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My Favorite Interview Question to Ask

Some interviewers pride themselves on asking tough interview questions. Big Wall Street firms are known for asking crazy, odd thought provoking questions, like “If you were an appliance, what kind would you be and why?”  My style is more conversational and I prefer to connect with the person I’m interviewing-not scare them to death.  My […]

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