Category: Job Seekers

Don’t be De-Selected

Don’t be De-Selected

If you are looking for a new job, do you know the difference between a get acquainted call, a screening call and a real interview? Candidates sometimes go all out,…

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Who’s On Top?  The Candidate / Recruiter “Hierarchy”

Who’s On Top? The Candidate / Recruiter “Hierarchy”

There is a lot written in recruiter training and on recruiting blogs about “candidate control” – the notion of the recruiter being “in control” of the candidate.  Here’s a peak…

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Who’s Afraid of an Interview?

Who’s Afraid of an Interview?

Who do you think has more fear at an interview – the interviewer or the interviewee? We usually think of interviews as threatening situations more for the interviewee, who is…

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Recruiting: Speed vs. Quality

Recruiting: Speed vs. Quality

Are speed and quality mutually exclusive concepts in recruiting?  Can you find the best candidate in the shortest possible time? The answer depends on what you are seeking.  Many employers…

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Devil’s Advocate Questions From The Top Executive Recruiters

Devil’s Advocate Questions From The Top Executive Recruiters

“You’re just a title hunter, aren’t you?”  This is an actual question/declaration made by an executive to one of our candidates recently.  The exec was challenging why this recruited, employed,…

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Why You Don’t Hang Up on Recruiters

Why You Don’t Hang Up on Recruiters

It always surprises my team when they come across a prospective candidate who is put-off or rude when a recruiter is calling to present an opportunity to them.  We sit…

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Are You Too “Tied” to a Job?

Are You Too “Tied” to a Job?

Is your job holding you back?  When we phone employed candidates and ask if they are open to exploring a change, we often get the knee-jerk response, “Oh, I’m very…

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What Questions Do You Have For Me?

What Questions Do You Have For Me?

There is a moment near the end of job interviews when the interviewer finally is relaxed.  When the interviewer has been asking questions, and assessing your answers, they are working.  When…

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To make a long story short….

To make a long story short….

It is natural for a job seeker to be nervous in an interview.  We are at our most vulnerable when something is at stake personally (getting or not getting the…

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BOB Search Places Eric Canal As Vice President Of Engineering Of Heads Up Technologies
BOB Search Places Eric Canal As Vice President Of Engineering Of Heads Up Technologies

BOB Search Places Eric Canal As Vice President Of Engineering Of Heads Up Technologies

Boyle Ogata Bregman Executive Search Firm (BOB Search) partners with Heads Up Technologies to place their newest Vice President of Engineering. ADDISON,TX, October 26, 2022 --- BOB Search has successfully…...

From Multitasking to Working Remote: How To Keep Productivity High
From Multitasking to Working Remote: How To Keep Productivity High

From Multitasking to Working Remote: How To Keep Productivity High

What is the secret to successful multitasking? Is it possible to able to multitask on several assignments at the same time? Multitasking has been a valued trait. The ability to…...

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