Some recruiting firms have quotas.  Their recruiters must meet with the required number of candidates, even if the candidates are outside of their field.  I’m not sure why a recruiter would want to spend time with someone they know they can’t help, but I’m certain that it’s not a good u

posted on December 11th, 2010
Sales professionals thrive on challenges. Frequently, these challenges revolve around one simple question. Who can sell the most? Personally, I think sales professionals ought to ask themselves a different question. What impact am I making? WinterWyman offers a rewarding selling environment, but it also gives you a chance to make a positive impact on people’s lives.
posted on December 1st, 2010

It’s easy to view the job market as a singular entity. People will say that “the job market is down, unemployment is up, businesses aren’t hiring.” Broad trends can be useful, but they can ignore the fact that certain segments of the job market grow robustly even in a downturn. Today, I’m blogging about accounting and finance jobs in grant accounting and management, a segment of the job market that is hot even as the broad contours of the job market remain in a bit of a chill.

posted on November 30th, 2010

I’m a recruiter. Unfortunately, I’m not a mind reader. Sometimes, I wish I could read minds because it would help candidates avoid the one big mistake they make when partnering with recruiters. Always be completely honest and upfront with your recruiter.

posted on November 30th, 2010
A gap on a resume is a difficult but unavoidable part of being unemployed. Yet, you are in control of just how wide that gap gets. How so? I urge job seekers to try and find meaningful work that helps bridge the gap between permanent positions.
posted on November 18th, 2010