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I'm Hiring! Sr. Manager Accounting

on Fri, 10/31/2014 - 15:38

My current Recruiting contract is with Amcor Rigid Plastics in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  I love this company. The industry is very interesting, the buildings are beautiful, the people that work here are respectful of one another and very intelligent.  Amcor Rigid Plastics is a global company; they are the largest publically traded packaging company in the world.  

To apply for the Sr.

Health Benefits and Your Job Offer

on Sun, 09/21/2014 - 18:51

Back in the early 1990’s when I was a relative newcomer to the recruiting and staffing world the candidates were far more interested in what their salary offer would be than caring about what the company benefits were. Today that mindset has changed significantly thanks to the cost of healthcare. While salary will always play a key component in the job offer, future employees would be wise to consider what kind of health coverage their employer will be offering.

O& P Technician - A Great Career Path for Recent High School Graduates

on Mon, 07/14/2014 - 03:30

After the hats have been tossed in the air, party cakes have been eaten, and money in envelopes wisely invested (LOL) are you still treating this summer like all the other summers from when you were still in High School?  Are you feeling left behind because you won’t be going off to college and really don’t know where to apply for a job or what kind of job you would even like?

If you are feeling lost, there is no need to despair as there are plenty of 2 year college and trade schools that offer exciting career opportunities. 

Consider entering the O&P field.

3 Common Interviewing Mistakes

on Tue, 09/03/2013 - 00:53

 As a corporate recruiter consultant for numerous companies across the USA I’m always frustrated when a potentially strong candidate comes in for an interview and fails to get the job due to an easily avoidable yet common interviewing mistake.  Below I’ve listed the top three interview mistakes that I have seen throughout the years:

Being too aggressive in asking questions about when a decision will be made.

Top 5 Mistakes New Grad's Make

on Tue, 07/24/2012 - 20:17

Top 5 Mistakes I’ve seen new grad’s make when trying to land a job:

  1. Speak too casually such as answering questions with, “yup”
  2. Send emails with all lower case and no punctuation
  3. Sign off on emails too casually such as ‘Rick’ with no further contact information, just ‘Rick’
  4. Rely too heavily on friends and family to get them an interview
  5. Don’t prepare for the interview such as researching the company and position

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