Quarantined with your declining mental health? Here’s how to help!
As we approach the summer months, many people are feeling very different than usual for this time of year. Gone…
Scared of Ghosts? Me too!
Yup, you heard it right – as a kid, terrified of ghosts… Maybe it was from watching ghost-related movies too…
Infinia Search Closes A Major Deal With A Leading Healthcare Provider In PA
Infinia Search, a talent solutions company, has closed a major deal with one of Pennsylvania’s leading healthcare providers in the…
Emotional intelligence — are you doing it right? 7 tips to improve your EQ
When you first started out in your career, chances are you heard the sage advice, “Don’t bring your emotional baggage…
Happiness at work
It’s International week of happiness at work, and we’re celebrating by reviewing what happiness at work means within our company,…
They can’t all be 10s – Great matches vs. “A players”
“A players” aren’t born, they’re created. In recruiting we hear the term “A player” almost daily, but different clients have…
Let’s get real about flexibility & the remote option
When we ask candidates what they’re looking for in a job, they list (usually in order of importance) factors like…
Signs you need a contingent workforce
Perception vs. Reality Lots of people graduate college expecting to head to a secure, well-paying, intellectually satisfying job. But that’s…
Read this before passing on an “overqualified” candidate
Rejection is part of the game when job hunting, and it’s not fun no matter what the reason—if you are lucky enough to even get feedback. But when rejection comes because you’re overqualified, it’s a special kind of kick in the teeth. ‘Cause what the hell does overqualified mean anyway?