Posted on November 5, 2014 in Recruiting 101
Many people feel that a thank-you note or email is simply a polite nicety following a job interview. Or even when it is “mandatory”, it is not really useful and doesn’t make a difference for the person applying for the position. It’s just the appropriate thing to do- similar to writing “sincerely” at the bottom of a letter. Most people think nobody cares or even looks at it. However, these thoughts are far from the truth.
Posted on October 28, 2014 in Recruiting 101
One would think going to an interview well prepared is a no brainer. However, as an online media recruiter I’ve learned that this is just not the case. That being said, I wanted to take some time to break down the few key steps one should take to ensure a killer interview.
Posted on September 24, 2014 in Recruiting 101
We firmly believe the TPR team is 100 percent dependable in their commitment to fulfill the needs of both clients and candidates. Reliability allows our team to stand out in the recruiting business. We make a special effort to understand and manage clients’ and candidates’ expectations. Reliability is a consistent goal for Three Pillars.
Posted on August 25, 2014 in Recruiting 101
I know what you’re thinking. “Not another article about how to get email responses!” If you’re reading this, you’ve probably read at least three other articles offering the same advice--- do something different. What is left to say that hasn’t been said multiple times before?!
Posted on August 18, 2014 in Recruiting 101
Here at Three Pillars Recruiting we’re fond of the saying, “Great ideas are nothing without great execution, and great execution relies on great talent.” In business it is an undeniable reality that your greatest asset is your team. Although you will face countless barriers and challenges on the road to success, your leadership, guidance and inspiration will enable your team succeed. Their ability to successfully translate your ideas into something tangible makes the difference between a dent in the universe and footnote in the obituary section. Talent is crucial!