Hiring managers and recruiters expect candidates to have done their homework! You have an opportunity to impress them, whether applying for an internship or a job. It has never been easier to become knowledgeable and informed.
4 WAYS TO DO PRE-INTERVIEW RESEARCHRead more ›
By Carole Martin, Monster Contributing Writer
In the current job market, you’d better have your act together, or you won’t stand a chance against the competition. Check yourself on these 10 basic points before you go on that all-important interview.Read more ›
Listening intently isn’t just for journalists. Here’s how to sharpen your interviewing skills to get the most out of your connections.
1. First Prepare Notes, Then Toss Them
2. Match Your Partner–in mood, energy level, language and body language
3. Practice Flexible Listening
4. Activate the Power of the Pause
5. Cultivate Curiosity: The Dale Carnegie approach
6. Practice Ego Suspension: The Power of Forgetting Yourself
Everyone knows that particular feeling of dread that accompanies a lull in conversation at a party, networking event, or even a job interview.
You’ve already covered the usual small talk and then, oof, you hit a dead end. What now?Read more ›
Why not see what’s happening in the market and to consider your options? Not sure you’re ready to move? It still makes good sense to learn about the opportunities available for public accounting professionals coming out of every type of firm.
There are so many exciting and growing companies in the Ohio looking aggressively for Public Accounting talent. Start investigating the options, talk to a Ringside Search consultant and learn what’s going on in your job market. Now may be the perfect time for you take advantage of your Public Accounting background and make a change that will benefit every aspect of your life.
Here are the top 10 reasons to consider a change now:Read more ›
Forbes talked to three employment experts about the best way for job candidates to negotiate salary and perks. Orville Pierson, author of The Unwritten Rules of the Highly Effective Job Search, used to be a senior vice president at the outplacement firm Lee Hecht Harrison. Rusty Rueff wrote Talent Force: A New Manifesto for the Human Side of Business and used to head up human resources at PepsiCo and Electronic Arts. Roy Cohen is a longtime New York City job coach and author of The Wall Street Professional’s Survival Guide.
Read on for their advice.Read more ›
Finding a job can be a job in itself, so set yourself a task list, take a proactive approach and make sure to tackle all available avenues.
1. Digital resume
Ensure you have an online profile that is up to date and encompasses all your skills. List your experience and give a clear indication of what you’re looking for and what you have to offer that sets you apart. LinkedIn hosts a broad sweep of professional profiles, advertises jobs and facilitates connection and communication. Consider your personal online image and make sure it doesn’t clash with your professional goals. Upload your CV to Simply Hired and look for recruitment agencies that specialize in your field and offer a similar service.Read more ›
The relationship between recruiters and HR functions is one of the most important in the recruitment and people-management world. Like any corporate relationship, both sides must be prepared to do what it takes to maintain it.
The relationship must be founded on trust, openness and honesty, otherwise it will get nowhere. A rapport must be built, monitored and maintained to ensure that recruiters and HR functions can work together during the highs and lows of the employment industry.Read more ›
The meeting that drones on and on; the meeting where everyone sits fiddling with his or her smartphone; the meeting that Doug from Accounting hijacks; or the meeting where almost everyone in the room is wondering the same thing: Why am I even here?
Meetings fill an increasing number of hours in the workday, and yet most employees consider them as a waste of time. According to a survey of U.S. professionals by Salary.com, meetings ranked as the number one office productivity killer. (Dealing with office politics was a close second, according to the 2012 survey.)
But there are ways to run effective, efficient meetings that leave your employees feeling energized and excited about their work. Here are some tips:Read more ›
Location: Columbus, OH
Contact: Ringside Search Partners
Ringside Staffing is searching for a Recruiter who thrives in a fast-paced, team environment.
The Staffing division of Ringside Search Partners offers the opportunity to develop your recruiting and interviewing skills, while also using your sales skills to develop business and service clients. Ringside offers a rewarding career, great environment, and unlimited growth potential.Read more ›
Location: Columbus, OH
Contact: Ringside Search Partners
Ringside Staffing, a division of Ringside Search Partners is adding a Managing Director to cultivate existing relationships, break into new accounts, and create long standing relationships in the accounting and finance arena.
Why work for Ringside Staffing?
• With an existing staffing business in place, Ringside offers access to an established territory with a robust database of consultants ready to be deployed
• Compensation packages are well above industry averages. This allows our top performers to have excellent base salaries and incentives based on individual and team performance.
• We offer a team of recruiters to support new business fulfillment for our Business Development Managers. This will allow for a shorter recruiting life cycle and immediate success for a new Ringside representative
• We offer excellent infrastructure, training, corporate-run marketing programs, sales incentive trips, competitive comp plans and career advancement.