12 Things to Never Do During A Phone Interview
These days, phone interviews are an unavoidable part of the job interview process, and for good reason: They save everyone involved time and effort. But that doesn’t mean that phoners require zero energy on the part of the candidate.Read More
Should you disclose your salary?
The immediate and natural suspicion will be to assume you are currently feeling underpaid and looking to make a step up in terms of your earnings. It is often perceived that some recruiters and hiring managers will focus a proportion of their decision making based purely on salary – too low a current base salary and they may think you are too inexperienced for the role and conversely too expensive and they may question your motivation and commitment to the role in the long term.Read More
8 Skills Recruiters Should Have
When I attend career fairs, hiring conferences, recruiting events,Read More
10 Reasons Why Best People are Declining Your Offers
Our success totally depends on the quality of people we hireRead More
Six Résumé Killers and Four Game-Changers
There are plenty of ways to ruin a résumé, but there are also many ways to make it shine.Read More
Why You Should Never—Under Any Circumstances—Accept a Counteroffer
When it comes to future promotions or assignments, your disloyalty will count against youRead More
Put Your Can Opener Away
A brief meditation on how to answer the interview questions that are actually being asked.Read More
How to Talk Politics in the Workplace
A clear and concise guide to talking politics in the workplace.Read More
Hire Today or Gone Tomorrow: Top Candidates Are Gone Within 10 Days
If you don’t make a quick hiring decision, every bit of the top echelon talent will be gone. Unfortunately, many recruiting leaders and hiring managers mistakenly assume that top candidates will still be around when their firm is finally ready to make a hiring decision (hiring time averages 34 days), but the data shows otherwise.Read More
Millennials & Compensation: Not Your Father's Benefits
Compared to their older cohorts, millennial workers are less knowledgeable about their workplace benefits, and are more interested in paid time off than retirement plans.Read More
The Legal Team attending the NALPS 2015 Convention.
The Legal Team attending the NALPS 2015 Convention.Read More
Congratulations to our 2014 Top Producers.
Congratulations to our 2014 Top Producers. Marc Charney came in first place, marking his eighth Account Executive of the Year award, with Eric Bergsman and Bill Radke coming in a close second and third.Read More
From RubberNews.com - placed by our very own Marc Charney
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Avoiding Interview Disasters
Great Read!Read More
Think you have what it takes to hang with us? Want to know what a recruiter actually does? How we function in the job market?
Are you headhunter material, or not?Read More
Are you answering these job interview questions wrong?
Learn the right way to answer these difficult and essential job interview questions.Read More
Here are Five Quick Telephone Interview tips
Prepare for the telephone interview just as you would for an onsite interview.Read More
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWING TIPS
The initial contact is extremely important.Read More
Job seekers, beware the telephone.
For years, the phone interview was a preliminary stepRead More
Offer You Should Refuse
Taylor is facing a dilemma that shouldn't be one.Read More
In 2013 Marvel Consultants celebrated its 40th Anniversary!
We were founded with the promise of being "Recruiters of Key People" and in the last 40 plus years we've proudly lived up to that title. In addition to filling over 10,000 critical positions, we've created opportunities and partnered with our valued clients in growing their businesses.Read More
What motivates us at work? 7 fascinating studies that give insights
Find out what motivates us to work with this fascinating article.Click here to read the full article