At GKA, we see it all the time: whether it's a web design contract, an IT support temp job, or a direct-hire-executive-level position, your first thirty d
Posted on January 23, 2015
Posted on January 14, 2015
2015 is expected to be another strong year for the U.S. economy, but are you prepared for what may be coming in 2016 and beyond? Hopefully this career checklist will help you prepare for the inevitable.
Posted on October 28, 2014
Posted on September 30, 2014
Our Internet marketing guy is always telling us that Google has a lot of pretty cool tools to help formulate a business strategy. So when some of us at GKA were we were recently discussing a question that we all clearly didn’t agree on, we decided to check out one of these so called “cool Google tools” to see what it could tell us about our question – and who was right and who was wrong on this particular point (of course).The Question?
Posted on September 11, 2014
Today it is becoming more clear that the new generations often think about "work" differently than the baby boomers have in the past, and in many cases still do (for example). Many studies have been done on certain generational differences in the way that people think and act, including when sizing up different job opportunities. As a recruiter, you may want to keep in mind that today’s candidate pool includes Millennials, GenX, GenY, and Baby Boomers. And depending upon the individual candidate, the generation they are a part of may have an influence on what they value in work, and how they evaluate one job or company to work for over another.
Posted on July 29, 2014
Posted on July 17, 2014
GKA VP - Tom Goettl
Posted on June 26, 2014
A Good Recruiter Will Watch Out for You – Don’t Jump Blind – Caution is Advised!
Posted on June 11, 2014
When you need additional engineers for your team, one of the primary reasons for contacting a good local recruiting firm is the hope that the recruiting firm already has a direct relationship with the kind of talented engineers you need and they can contact them immediately. Sound like a pipe dream? Don't be so sure. You just need to find a local technical recruiting firm that understands how to build and actively maintain a list of high-talent engineer candidates who although not publicly or "actively" looking for a job, they've made it crystal clear to the recruiter they've come to trust that they're open to switching companies for the right opportunity.
Posted on April 29, 2014
When looking for help finding IT talent, whether you’re someone in an HR department or a hiring manager in IT, common searches on Google that many often do include checking for lists of things on the Internet like “best IT recruiters in Minneapolis,” or “top Minnesota IT recruiting firms.” Then, following that kind of Google search work, the next Google searches are often about checking on the ‘reputation’ of a short list of some specific recruiters or staffing agencies with some additional Google searches.The most common reputation checks include checking out items discussed in this blog posting.