posted on January 3rd, 2011

Sum up Your Values in One Word

We’ve all been on job interviews or had that critical conversation with a boss or a client. Finally, they ask you that one crucial question. I remember being asked that one big question by the Chairman of WinterWyman’s Board of Directors. He asked me to describe our staffing firm in one word.

posted on December 21st, 2010
More and more job seekers are taking advantage of the many contract and temporary positions available in the market. As recruiters, we are pumped that people are making the most of these potentially great opportunities. For a lot of folks, this might be their first time taking a contract or temporary job. Whether you are a novice or old pro, here are five things you should think about when considering a contract or temporary position.
posted on December 11th, 2010

Some recruiting firms have quotas.  Their recruiters must meet with the required number of candidates, even if the candidates are outside of their field.  I’m not sure why a recruiter would want to spend time with someone they know they can’t help, but I’m certain that it’s not a good use of a candidate’s time.   How do you make sure that a recruiter can help you find a job that matches your specific set of skills and preferences?  Ask these two questions to make sure your recruiter can actually help you find a great job.

posted on December 1st, 2010
Sales professionals thrive on challenges. Frequently, these challenges revolve around one simple question. Who can sell the most? Personally, I think sales professionals ought to ask themselves a different question. What impact am I making? WinterWyman offers a rewarding selling environment, but it also gives you a chance to make a positive impact on people’s lives.

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