Let’s face it. Recruitment resources are prolific and the process can sometimes feel like a maze to navigate.
That’s why the sooner you understand what makes each type of recruitment resource unique—what they can and can’t do for you—the easier your path becomes. You can use them to your advantage AND draw a straighter line between you and your next job.
When time is of the essence, Torchlight finds the most talented Washington D.C. marketing and communications consultants.
A Scout’s motto should be any company’s first rule of business: Be prepared. When faced with an unexpected position vacancy or major initiative within your communications and marketing team, the next best thing to “having it done yesterday” is having a plan to address it today. It was true when you packed for that camping trip in the woods, and it resonates today as you do business in the woods of Washington D.C.
Competition is heating up in the war for top talent this spring, but these three common hiring mistakes may be preventing you from getting the employees you really want.
Whether you’re a spectator on the sidelines or a competitive athlete yourself, you are likely in the throes of spring sports.
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Admire or admonish them, much has been written about the Millennial generation: individuals now ages 18 to 34. They make up your entry-level and next-generation workforce and, according to a recent study by Pew Research, Millennials will overtake Baby Boomers as the nation’s largest living generation.
When you’ve aced the interview but haven’t received a response, patience and persistence are key
It’s happened to even the most seasoned of D.C.’s marketing and communications job seekers.