Tagged: Recruiter

3 Ways to Deal with the Salary Question

3 Ways to Deal with the Salary Question

Starting in July 2018, Massachusetts new pay equity law will not allow employers to ask job candidates about salary history. In the meantime in Massachusetts, or for the other 49 states, how can you, the job seeker, answer the salary question?

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Make Your Resume Stand Out!

Make Your Resume Stand 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 10 seconds or less. Now many may be thinking: “That doesn’t seem like a lot of […]

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where are my resumes

Hey Recruiters – Where Are My Resumes?

We’ve heard it before and we will hear it again; those 4 little words that cut deep for any recruiter: Where are my resumes? Whether they are coming from a hiring manager or your internal account manager, coming face to face with the infamous “where are my resumes” question is never easy and answering it […]

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The Worst Career Advice We’ve Ever Heard

Anyone working in HR or recruiting probably has great stories and experiences they’ve encountered throughout their career.  Whether it involves employees or employers, there is very little that will surprise us.  But every now and again we hear something and we are dumbfounded! Just when we think we’ve seen it all, something will make us […]

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5 Times You Absolutely NEED to be in Touch with your Recruiter

Throughout the job search process you should expect your recruiter will constantly be in touch with you, but be sure that you also stay in touch with your recruiter.  To simplify communication, be sure your recruiter has your best contact information, your cell phone and email. Let them know when the best times to call […]

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