Articles from On The Mark Recruiting Specialists, Inc.

Electronic Automotive Technology – Emerging Hybrid Vehicle

May 22, 2014 in

Faster than anyone could see coming, the hybrid vehicle has cemented its place in the automotive industry. With strict government regulations, and the go-green initiative, automotive manufactures are investing more capital and resources than ever before into hybrid vehicle technology. Coupled with the rising price of gasoline and tax penalty for driving a “gas-guzzler”, the hybrid vehicle is here to stay.

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Making a Career Change – Emotional or Practical

April 23, 2014 in

We define many career changes as either being emotional or practical. An emotional career change would come from a non-career oriented focus and a practical change is a career oriented focus. We understand that many other reasons for career changes may exist but these two stand as the most prevalent that we come across in our business.

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Automotive Recruiting Professionals

April 6, 2014 in

Automotive recruiting professionals exist to provide companies with the most qualified candidates in a quick and efficient amount of time. Automotive recruiters work to let companies focus on their core business elements to increase value for their key stakeholders. It would not only be inefficient but create a diminishing value of return to allocate an excessive amount time and resources to non-core business aspects.

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Recruiting Specialized Engineers – Michigan Automotive Recruiters

March 14, 2014 in

According to the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), forty-seven percent of companies are active in the process of recruiting highly skilled engineers. In more than half the cases, these candidates are senior engineers with five to ten years of experience. The takeaway from here is the demand for specialized engineers is high, and the supply of them is low and difficult to find. Additionally, senior engineers pose even more difficulty because most of them have invested several years at their current firm and have a sense of stability, seniority, and the general know how in their current company. Locating a specialized senior engineer is no easy task, let alone recruiting them away from their current company.

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