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Immerse Into Boston This Spring

  
  
  
  
  

Emerge Into Boston This Spring

Many of us who survived this winter of record breaking snowfall are more than ready to emerge from hibernation and be out and about the City – without snow banks, freezing temperatures, and “T” delays.  In the spirit of this most welcome season, we are rummaging through our closets and pulling out our favorite T-shirts and shorts in anticipation of the warm sun.

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How to Run a Productive Lunch Hour Job Search

  
  
  
  
  

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As busy professionals, we don’t always have the time to spend copious hours looking for new opportunities.  However, in just one hour, there are a few simple things that you can do to give you the upper hand and jump-start your job search.

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5 Things to Know Before Graduating

  
  
  
  
  

5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Graduating

As a blissfully ignorant recent grad I thought my new “College Graduate” status qualified me for any job I wanted.  What made things worse is that I honestly expected to be handed a job when I graduated, so instead of working towards a job, I simply expected to graduate and then miraculously land a job without any effort. Wrong!

Congratulations to Kathleen Hamilton

  
  
  
  
  

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Temporary of the Month - February 2015

Winner of the $100 Outstanding Performer Award!

From her very first assignment, Kathleen’s attitude and skills have made her an exceptional Temporary Staffing Representative.  She consistently receives rave reviews from our clients who continuously request her back on additional assignments.  Kathleen is a very proactive and dedicated worker and is described as an “asset to the team”.   Her skills are applied in office support, data entry and research roles with our educational, event and convention clients.

Top 10 Things to Look For In an External Agency

  
  
  
  
  

Top 10 Things to Look For In an External Agency

The US economy is projected to increase by 3% this year.  This projection is sure to spark a renewed need for top talent in the coming days, weeks, and months.  While some companies will rely on attracting qualified applicants by the ‘post and pray’ method, others will support internal recruitment teams and leverage referral and incentive based programs.  Although these avenues to “candidate entry” are viable ways for companies to recruit, they can also be tedious, expensive and time consuming.

How to Get References That Work For You

  
  
  
  
  

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So you have your resume reviewed by the right people, landed an interview and impressed the Hiring Manager enough that he/she is going to check your references.  If you have waited until this “end stage” of your job search to start putting together references, you have definitely waited too long.  At this point, it doesn’t matter if you have spent hours writing, tailoring and rewriting your resume.  You may have seriously jeopardized your chances of closing the deal/receiving the offer.

Teaming Up To End Hunger

  
  
  
  
  

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Last night at the 'Greater Boston Food Bank' our very own Derek McKinley, Jennifer Kuchy, Chris Wallingford and Angelena Tentilucci participated in the Association of Legal Administrators – Boston Chapter’s volunteer drive to help End Hunger. 

We Celebrate International Women’s Day

  
  
  
  
  

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This Sunday, March 8, 2015, we celebrate International Women’s Day

Sokhanary Lister: 2014 Temporary Of The Year

  
  
  
  
  

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Last week on a crisp afternoon, with her supervisors at Nurtury displaying their support, we had the honor of presenting the 2014 Temporary Staffing Representative of the Year Award, including a check for $500, to Sokhanary (Sok) Lister. 

5 Interview Mistakes to Avoid

  
  
  
  
  

5 Interview Mistakes to Avoid

As you prepare for your interview, there are so many things to think about:  What am I going to wear?; Should I get a haircut?; What is my potential future employer going to ask me?  You already know that by answering these questions accurately and thoughtfully you are one step closer to a new job.  On the flipside, if you give an answer that doesn’t make sense you may have lost your chance at your dream job.

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