The first rule of acquisition

“What’s the first rule of acquisition?” – Quark (more Star Trek!)

A couple of weeks ago we started a series of posts about engagement. I promised to talk about how recruiters should engage with candidates and clients, how candidates should engage with recruiters and how clients should engage with recruiters. This week we are all about clients! Whee!! Throughout my recruiting career, I have found that client Read more about “What’s the first rule of acquisition?” – Quark (more Star Trek!)[…]

Best advice for finding a job? Engage.

In the Immortal Words of Captain Picard, “Engage!”

In the world of recruiting it can be really difficult to determine right/wrong, good/bad, black/white for all of the situations you encounter on a daily basis. There are all these little shades of grey (and I apologize for invoking the name of that ridiculously horribly written book that is inexplicably all the rage lately). Which end of the Read more about In the Immortal Words of Captain Picard, “Engage!”[…]

Giving in your community is important, at least to us

Building Community And Giving Back Is In Our DNA

When we started Technical Integrity, we wanted to do things differently.  I’m glad to say we’ve got a great foundation to turn the industry on it’s head- by building community and giving back; both literally and figuratively. We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished so far. Our business is ultimately to deliver at a high level Read more about Building Community And Giving Back Is In Our DNA[…]

Work with people who you like

You really should work with people who you WANT to work with

*Note* This particular blog entry applies to both Job Seekers and Employers. It’s been an interesting week.  We have a lot of new business coming in through referrals and a lot of old clients that want to work with us.  That’s a good thing right?  Right.  Well, much of the time yes.  Not always. So, Read more about You really should work with people who you WANT to work with[…]