You know you're an Impact Player, so let Management Recruiters of Tallahassee help you find the opportunity that will let you make your impact.
We'll act as your "Career Agent" marketing you to the people who are looking for your skills and talents. This puts you in a better position to negotiate.
We literally have hundreds of conversations with the decision makers of many companies every day. But we focus on certain industries where we can have the most impact and provide the greatest value. This means that we will be better able to guide you to the best opportunity.
We are not a job board where employers can indiscriminately sift through resumes. We are very respectful of your confidentiality and will not release it unless you want us to.
We provide you with key information for your interviews including background on companies, the hiring authorities and what they are really looking for during the interview. You don't have to do this alone.
"Temporary" or "limited time" employment is one of the fastest growing segments in recruiting. If you would like to investigate working on a "contract" basis, we can help you better evaluate the pros and cons of this work arrangement.
If necessary, we can provide you with a free relocation service that will assist you in making a smooth transition to your new city. We understand that we need to make your entire family happy, not just you. In addition, our relocation tools can also help you calculate potential expenses or choose the right community.
We are your individual solutions partner. If you're ready to improve your life and your career, visit our job board and submit your resume for us to review.
First impressions can make or break an interviewee's chance at landing their dream job. The bottom line is people hire people they like. Sure, there is a "minimum requirements" check-list which most likely includes, education, skill-sets, experience, and job stability, but beyond that pinpointed criteria, hiring managers are looking for people who will "fit in" to the culture of their organization. Of course, this inevitably translates into delving past education, skill-sets, experience, or job stability and into an interviewee's underlying character.
The question then becomes, "how can hiring managers get an accurate understanding of someone's character from a few hours in an interview? Or even within a few minutes of meeting an interviewee?" The answer is simply honesty. Within minutes, hiring managers will subconsciously assess the integrity of an interviewee based upon their first impression, and of course, this assessment will continue throughout the interview.
The next question is, "how can an interviewee showcase their true chracter while feeling anxious or nervous about the interview?" Again, the answer is simply honesty. For instance, if asked about a past failure, an interviewee should not attempt to cover it up. Instead, they should be forthright about the mistake, and explain how it was overcome. Not only does this demonstrate an honest character, but it also highlights a propensity towards problem solving. As a result, a percieved weakness by the interviewee turns into a stregth to the hiring manager. However, instead of a forced response, the interviewee is simply being honest, thus the discourse is genuine and natural.
Ultimately, hiring managers are seeking to hire employees with good character and integrity. At the end of an interview, an interviewee wants his or her hiring managers saying, "he/she meets all of our requirements and I really like him/her." How does an interviewee accomplish that? The answer is simply honesty.