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I recently read Ed Mylett's book "The Power of One More." If you have not read it, I highly recommend it.Being a recruiter or search consultant, especially in the #civilengineering profession, is an extremely challenging job. Extremely.That said, I would like to give my fellow recruiters some words...

Here's a piece of interview advice for any civil engineer with 5+ years of experience that will give you a leg up on anyone else competing for the same role: 👉🏼During a first interview with a hiring manager, try to uncover some of the challenges that...

We always coach against accepting #counteroffers for a multitude of reasons, but I'm curious how YOU would handle the following situation: 🗣️A few days ago I was told of counteroffer situation by one of my recruiting friends. He was working with a candidate, found him a great opportunity,...

Has your firm taken a few 🥊punches to the gut🥊 when it comes to the #greatresignation ? If indeed this is the case, and you want to bring down your rate of attrition, you should do a deep dive by asking some of the following questions: 📌Is one department...

Recently I heard of a consulting #civilengineering firm who asked a candidate to spend an entire day at their office to meet with a wide range of folks to experience a "day-in-the-life" of working there.  💭My first thought was, 'an entire day, are you kidding me?'💭 🤔But then I...

For most folks with at least a few years of professional experience as a #civilengineer, #landsurveyor, or #landscapearchitect who are looking to make a move, please know that your next employer may ask you to provide a few professional references who can vouch for you and your abilities. I realize...