AS THE JOB MARKET SOARS, EXECUTIVE SEARCH SERVICES CONTINUE TO BE ON HIGH DEMAND

NEW YORK, April 25, 2022– F-O-R-T-U-N-E Personnel Consultants (FPC) a nationwide network of over 60 franchised executive recruitment offices, announced the company’s recruiting services continue to be on high demand as the US job market soars. The company reported its YTD revenue increased by 46% over 2021 and March of 2022 was the highest grossing…

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The Incredible Value Recruiters Bring to the Table

Spoiler Alert: It goes far beyond basic talent acquisition By Jeff Herzog, President of FPC National All around the nation, companies are reaching out to recruiters to fill key vacancies. But if you are only engaging your recruiter when you have a critical job opening to fill, then you are missing out on many business-boosting…

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How to Write a Killer Follow-Up Letter

You’re walking out of your job interview, thinking about your conversation. Likely, you are evaluating your performance, chances of receiving a job offer, and whether or not this company is a good fit for you and your aspirations. Whether you aced the interview, choked, or performed somewhere in the middle, the interview process is not…

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Three Things Leaders Must Do to Retain Top Talent

By Jeff Herzog, President of FPC National As the Great Resignation continues to reshape the workforce in the United States, companies are struggling to replenish their teams with high performers, leaving them woefully shorthanded and unable to meet the day-to-day demands of their businesses. While some of the defections are due to changing employee priorities,…

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“Tell me about yourself…”

Most interviews begin with the age-old question “tell me about yourself.” While some candidates will describe their entire career history, what the interviewer really wants to hear is the details of your background that are relevant to the role. The tried and true formula to answering this question is the present-past-future formula. Start with your…

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How Long Should My Resume Be?

The ideal resume length is one of the most argued topics in the career-services industry. While some old-school hiring managers insist on the one-page, get-to-the-point format, others prefer more details to help differentiate one job seeker from another. So, who is right? What is the best length for a resume? Let’s dive in. The One-Page…

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How to Tell if Your Candidate “Gets” It

By Steve Margalit Hiring managers routinely screen resumes and conduct interviews with candidates to determine if they possess the qualifications and core competencies required for open positions. Employers evaluate applicants’ technical skills, leadership qualities, certifications, degrees, and achievements to see how closely they match open positions. But do these markers tell the whole story? Is…

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Renaissance in Executive Search

By Jeff Herzog and Steve Margalit When you combine the increasing number of baby boomers entering retirement, the ‘great resignation’ from Corporate America and the pervasive skills gap for highly technical job functions, our economy is left with a major talent shortage.  Many companies are finding it more challenging than ever to identify and hire…

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Cybersecurity Risks Across Industries

The importance of cybersecurity isn’t a new concept for modern-day businesses. Many organizations take regular steps to protect their data and networks from malicious sources in one way or another or invest heavily in outside sources to help keep their business protected. However, with the increased demand for remote working individuals and digital hiring processes…

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How to Attract Top-Tier Candidates During the Great Resignation

By Jeff Herzog, President of FPC National Ah, how the tables have turned! The Great Resignation, also known as the Big Quit, is upon us. High performers are resigning in droves and employers are scrambling to fill critical roles in this rapidly evolving job market. Gone (for now, anyway) are the days when companies placed…

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