Posts Tagged: interview

Just because you aren’t currently on the hunt for your next job doesn’t mean you should ignore those calls from recruiters. In fact, recruiters tend to be drawn to passive candidates – those employees who aren’t necessarily looking to leave their jobs – perhaps because they seem more qualified and…Read More

Broomfield, CO—[BSI & BP2] of the Denver Metro area joins staffing companies across the country in celebrating National Staffing Employee Week, Sept. 10–16, established by the American Staffing Association to pay tribute to the millions of Americans who are employed by staffing firms every business day. Businesses, according to ASA,…Read More

Your Voice

Does the intonation of your voice help you attain a job interview?  Will your outgoing message greeting on your mobile or home phone make an impression on a potential employer? Could your email address make a recruiter place your resume in the “maybe’ or “decline’ pile? YES, YES and YES!!!…Read More

Are you having trouble getting offers or how about call backs from resumes you have submitted? If you haven’t had anyone call you it’s time to update your resume. Each time you’re looking for a job it is a good idea to refresh your resume. Here are 9 tips to…Read More

My job is to examine the resumes I receive, determine which resumes most closely match the requirements of the job, screen candidates over the phone, and then interview in person. On average, I receive about 100 resumes per position I have available. Let’s say that at any given time I’m…Read More

Different names, different work experiences, and different stories. The life of a recruiter is indeed interesting. It is truly a privilege to assist people with their search for employment. To perfectly match someone with the right company and position, and know that you have catapulted their career to the next…Read More