Submitted by Andy Rouse on Tue, 06/26/2012 - 09:53
As a recruiter in Austin, I read article after article about the talent shortage here, especially in technology, engineering, online marketing and the life sciences
Submitted by Andy Rouse on Thu, 12/08/2011 - 11:33
Last year, I was contacted by the VP of R&D of a medical device company who was growing his team and was looking for recruiting assistance. After discussions and due diligence, he decided to work with us on an exclusive basis.
Submitted by Andy Rouse on Fri, 06/24/2011 - 11:19
If you're a hiring manager and have ever needed hard-to-find talent, chances are you have worked with a recruiter, and if you have -- I sincerely hope it has been a good experience.
I've heard anecdotes from my clients about experiences with recruiters ranging from stellar to disastrous. If you are one of the unfortunate people to have had a bad experience, or you just want to be proactive and ensure your recruiting success, well, this post is for you.
Submitted by Andy Rouse on Tue, 05/24/2011 - 09:18
Resumes paint the picture that the candidate wants to convey – highlighting successes and accomplishments over their career. A résumé doesn’t tell you about the bad stuff - about their mistake that helped get their company an FDA warning letter, or the miscalculation that delayed a project by months.
Submitted by Brian Riley on Fri, 05/06/2011 - 21:09
A friend of mine got invited to Tiger Jam, a Tiger Woods Foundation fundraiser held in Las Vegas. He told me about getting to meet some celebrities and even sitting down with Tiger to talk golf and life. Then he told me something that struck me as odd. As he was passing through the casino one day, he saw Dr.
Submitted by Andy Rouse on Fri, 04/29/2011 - 21:08
If I conducted a survey of my clients for whom I recruit asking them what they would say is the most daunting part of the overall recruiting process, I'd predict that 9 of 10 would say finding, or sourcing, the A-player candidates. To most hiring managers, this process is a necessary evil – and most have had bad experiences with it...but planned and executed well, sourcing can position your organization to be exceedingly successful.
Submitted by Andy Rouse on Fri, 04/01/2011 - 10:00
Why do some companies thrive, while others fail? One word: Talent. Hiring the wrong person can cost a company millions of dollars, and hiring the right people is essential for enabling a company’s success. Recruiting top talent in the medical device industry is highly competitive, and there are wide ranging philosophies on the best way to do this and develop a best in class organization.