Corps Team Blog

Our network of industry experts provide you with the information and resources you need to excel in your career and create an optimum workplace for your staff.

  • Andrew T., Staff Accountant

    • 0 Comments

    Interesting fact about the placement: The client came to us for help finding a great candidate who would gel well with their team and has the right

  • Albert F., Director of Finance

    • 0 Comments

    Interesting fact about the placement: Candidate’s wife recently accepted a new job in a new city. Candidate was referred to Corps Team to help with his job search.

  • Freda C., Senior Corporate Recruiter

    • 0 Comments

    Interesting fact about the placement: Client is expanding their recruiting team in various locations across the US. They seek folks that have

  • Nancy S., Accounting Manager

    • 0 Comments

    Interesting fact about the placement: Our client acquired a property and needed an accounting professional to help with AP and reconciliations. Nancy

  • Dana C., Human Resources Business Partner

    • 0 Comments

    Interesting fact about the placement: Client needed additional HR support at one of their facilities to help the plant’s management and staff

  • Courtney J., Personal Administrative Assistant

    • 0 Comments

    Interesting fact about the placement: Client was seeking a candidate who could juggle multiple tasks

  • Tanara B., Executive Assistant at a Mortgage Servicing Company

    • 0 Comments

    Interesting fact about the placement: Our client was growing and needed additional executive level administrative support, specifically someone who had solid experience supporting

  • Kate V., Insurance Services Representative at a large Insurance Broker

    • 0 Comments

    Interesting fact about the placement. Kate is a customer service-oriented individual with a passion for serving the Hispanic and Latino community. She

  • Deb D., Corporate Tax Consultant at Financial Services Company

    • 0 Comments

    Interesting fact about the placement: Our client needed a tax professional with large corporation experience and a deep understanding of tax law, federal and state income tax concepts

  • Jennifer P., Recruiter at Telecommunications Firm

    • 0 Comments

    Interesting fact about the placement: Client was seeking a strong full life cycle recruiter with a good mix of agency and corporate recruiting. Jennifer

  • Nairi H., Receptionist at a Capital Investment Firm

    • 0 Comments

    Interesting fact about the placement: After completing her Master’s degree in PR and Corporate Communications from a prestigious university, Nairi

  • 4 Tips to Help You Be Seen and Heard as a Leader

    Confidence & Courage to be seen and heard as a leader (1)
    • 0 Comments

    Do you have the confidence and courage to truly be seen and heard as a leader?

  • Second Time's a Charm?

    Corps Team Second Time
    • 0 Comments

    Entrepreneurial considerations for the mature professional

  • A Good Woman is Hard to Find (especially for your leadership roles!)

    Attracting Females to Leadership Roles
    • 0 Comments

    Women dominate the workforce in sheer numbers, education and business performance. Still, just 22 companies in the Fortune 500 are run by women. Why aren't there more females in leadership roles?

  • Supporting Military Service Members and Their Families in the Workplace

    Veteran Unemployment May 2016
    • 0 Comments

    We had the honor of having Mika Cross, Director of Communications for the U.S. Department of Labor’s VETS program on our Mom Corps YOU podcast this month to talk about services available, and how businesses can best support our military service members (current and former) and their family members.

  • The Best Interview Advice from HR

    lucy-advice-booth
    • 0 Comments

    You made it through the resume screening and landed an interview. Now what? What tips would HR give you to have the most successful interview possible? What do they want to see from candidates during an interview?

  • 3 Must-Take Steps After Accepting a Job

    flickr-rowing-team-PederToftegaardOlsen
    • 0 Comments

    Cheers! You made it through the job search process and landed that new job. Go ahead and take a minute to celebrate…and then remember to do these 3 things.

  • Writing Your Resignation Letter: Tips You Need to Know

    iStock_000045549868_Small
    • 0 Comments

    One of the most important steps in resignation process. Writing your resignation letter.

  • Your Step-by-Step Guide to Communicating Your Resignation

    iStock_000067466409_Small
    • 0 Comments

    Congratulations on your offer and next step in your career!! While this is an exciting time for you, keep in mind that your current employer will be disappointed to hear the news of your departure. How you communicate your resignation can make a big difference in maintaining professional and positive relationships going forward.

  • Networking: Quantity Matters

    Burt_Success_network_constraint
    • 0 Comments

    Is the return on your investment worth the additional time needed to network with a larger circle?

Featured Recognitions

  WBE_Seal American Staffing Association   NewSIA_logo2014   2012 Inc 500   EWW badge_2012