Posts Tagged: Buffalo recruiters

6 Questions to Ask a Staffing Agency

6 Questions to Ask a Staffing Agency

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Making the decision to partner with a staffing agency for your recruiting needs can be a difficult one, whether you are an old pro or a newbie to the hiring game. When looking at different agencies in your area, make sure you ask them these questions to see who will be the best fit for…

Welcome Jeffrey Radt!

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Jeffrey Radt, Staffing Manager Jeffrey Radt comes to KRG with over 12 years of experience in this crazy industry we call Staffing and Recruiting. Over the years, he has done it all, from Agency to Corporate Recruiting and Direct Placements to Retained Searches. He has helped companies across the country fill positions ranging from Software…

The Hiring Process Takes Too Long

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Is your hiring process causing you to lose top candidates? With unemployment continuing to drop back to pre-Recession levels, the job market is transitioning from company driven, to candidate driven. Companies are reporting that there is a lack of qualified candidates to choose from in industries ranging from IT to Accounting. But in reality, many…

Welcome Staffing Manager Traci Illig!

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Traci Illig Staffing Manager If you’ve been reviewing our job board lately, you may have noticed that there has been a new addition to our team. Key Resource Group welcomes Traci Illig to our team as the newest addition to our recruiting team. Traci brings more than 15 years of experience building successful customer service…

How volunteering can help land your next job

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Networking is for everyone. It’s for the person who is unemployed and looking for a new opportunity. It’s for the business owner who wants to grow their business. And it’s for the working professionals who just want to expand their network. There are a lot of different ways to network. Attending business events, alumni happy…

Legal vs. Illegal Interview Questions

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Interviewing applicants for an open position can be a difficult task. Many times interviewing responsibilities are given to whatever manager is in charge of the department the open position is in, regardless of whether or not they have any formal HR/Recruiting experience or training. If you’ve been given the task of interviewing candidates, you might…

Reference Checks: Are they still used?

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Do you know what questions you should ask during your reference checks? So you’re at the point in the interview process where you have 1-2 strong candidates for your open position. The interviews are over and you are trying to decide who will be the best fit for your organization. You know that making the…

The low-down on Summer Fridays

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Is this a perk you offer your employees? The whole concept of Summer Fridays started in the 1960s when Manhattan ad agencies realized that productivity on Fridays had reached near zero when the sun was shining and the Hamptons were calling. Since then, the concept of Summer Fridays has spread, though it is still most…

6 Things You Shouldn’t Reveal During an Interview

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Candidates often disqualify themselves by revealing information that is better left unsaid during the interview. Regardless of how well the interview seems to be going, or how candid the conversation becomes with the hiring manager, be sure you aren’t spilling your guts about your personal problems and circumstances. After all, the interview is the time…

How to Prepare for a Second Interview

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Think longer and more in depth when planning for a second interview. Congratulations! You’ve made it past the first interview and have been invited back for a second interview. So now what? Do you need to prepare like you did the first time? The answer is YES. You do need to prepare, maybe even more…