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The Real Reason Employees Quit

By: Bill Wednieski   It sure hurts when a terrific and well-liked employee walks out the door for a “better” opportunity. The head scratching post-mortem analysis that follows can drive an executive or business owner nuts. Let me save you some time and succinctly take you right to the root of the problem, the real […]

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Resume Tips and Tricks

Your resume is the most important document you’ll submit in your job search. It’s your first opportunity to present yourself to a hiring manager. Keep in mind that every detail counts.  In this post we’ll cover tips and tricks to help in the process.     What do hiring managers actually want?  Hiring managers don’t want to […]

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Keeping the Sword Sharp

By: Bill Wednieski   How many recruiters do you know that keep an active CPA license? I continue to maintain my license for several reasons. First, deep gratitude for the profession and designation since I earned it more than 20 years ago. Second, the annual required education keeps my sword sharp with continuous professional education […]

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This is Still a Workplace

by: Bill Wednieski I frequently write about cannabis and the work our firm The Headhunters, LLC does in this space. I love this industry and what’s not to love? Legitimate cannabis jobs are on fire with how fast they are growing, and no other industry has so many unique characters. Still, the industry needs some […]

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Impossible Is Not an Answer

By: Bill Wednieski   “Impossible is not a fact. It is an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. Impossible is a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary.” – Muhammad Ali In business and in life the word impossible gets thrown around way too frequently. In today’s hiring market it is a fact that it […]

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Vaccination Mandates are the New WFH

By: Bill Wednieski   I’ve had the very recent firsthand experience of working with candidates at polar opposite ends of the vaccination spectrum. First, I was working with a very bright young lady that told me about a “deal breaker” on mask or vaccine mandates. I asked her to clarify, and she told me she […]

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Was your resume overlooked? These two reasons could be why

by: Ryan Clark Most people do not have perfect career paths or resumes- after all, we’re all human. Many people change careers all together, have faced layoff situations, been poorly fit into an organization, or changed companies in order to push forward in their career. In eight years of recruiting, I have found the two […]

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