WHY DO TEMPS EXIST?

They need qualified candidates to fill an immediate need! This can range from an Executive Assistant going on maternity leave, to assuring a retail warehouse has enough Facilities clerks in time for the Christmas season rush. Temporary Employees fill in the gaps! “Help Services” is needed in major real estate investment firms when a new […]

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How to Prep Candidates

Every recruiter has an “interview prep” checklist where they tick off the box once they’ve added the item or attachment to the “interview confirmation email” that they send to their candidate (unfortunately, that’s sometimes when the recruiter decides their job is done).  Now, I’m not saying it’s a bad idea to use a checklist, but […]

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Technology in Sports

TBG Sports is the new division in The Bachrach Group. With practice areas including Digital Media and Marketing, the Sports Division finds the best candidates for all of the colleges and universities, sponsors, live events, Major and Minor League teams. Every major organization will have needs that include: office support, medical staff, and properties to […]

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Salary History Ban Law

Both state and local governments are increasingly adopting rules and regulations that outlaw employers from requesting salary history information from job applicants. The Salary History Ban Law is defined as it being unlawful for an employer, employment agency, or their employees to inquire about an applicant’s salary history, or to rely on an applicant’s salary […]

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Clash of the Generations: GenZ in the Workforce

Last summer, Generation Z (born in the late 1990’s) entered the workforce, and they’ve already started changing it. By 2020, GenZ will dominate the workforce in every aspect. However, in order to stay competitive and attract the best young talent, employers will need to understand this new demographic. Is your business ready? Employers will find […]

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Avoiding ‘The ‘7 Sins of Memory’ In Your Next Interview

Your memory has the power to make or break landing the dream job. We have all experienced some level of disappointment after an interview due to a lapse in memory.  By gaining an understanding of how our memory functions, these errors can be avoided. My sister, a Psychometrist, recommended a book written by the former […]

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The Dissected Networking Pitch

When you go to networking events, did you plan your pitch? Are you there to find a new job, new opportunities, to find clients or just to meet new people in your industry? Whether it is the above or something completely different, that should be expressed in how you introduce yourself. Having a well-executed pitch […]

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