June 12, 2013 in Employment Tips
Counter offers should long be determined before you get to the offer stage with another company. We encourage our candidates to talk to their management prior to starting an interview process. The candidate can probe their management to see if the reasons they are looking to leave the company can be rectified. Most candidates are reluctant to have these discussions for fear of losing their jobs or management reprisals. Good companies and good management team's want to retain their brightest and best and understand the costs and time associated with recruiting a new employee.
March 4, 2013 in Interviews
With unemployment hovering near 8 percent, even landing a job interview can be difficult these days. So once you do, you want to make the most of it. Being prepared helps, of course, but the words you choose during the interview can be equally important.
March 1, 2013 in Announcements
As we enter into the holiday season we find our company working with companies offering the most advanced technologies the world has ever seen. The year 2012 started out very well for us, as we completed many assignments with many Tier One Suppliers of Electronic products and system solutions. Most of the positions filled earlier in the year were technical engineering related roles (embedded software engineers, electronic hardware and design engineers, automotive electronics sales engineers and managers, test engineers, material engineers, electrical engineers, etc.
February 6, 2013 in Announcements
Most conversations that we have in the recruiting industry around cost generally focuses on cost per hire of the candidate identified, engaged, and ultimately selected. What about the cost of a poor recruiting decision, otherwise known as the Quality of Hire?