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Four tools everyone in the recruiting industry should use

With the advent of new tools and technologies, the recruiting process is becoming faster and more efficient than ever before. Here’s a list of four tools we think have the potential to change the way today’s recruiters and HR personnel work. 1. Applicant tracking system (ATS) A must-have in any modern recruiters’ armory, the new…

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    What makes your workspace comfortable?

    Money and other perks surely bring people to work, but what does it actually take to have people show up fully charged every day and do a fantastic job? Recently we went around the room at our Somerset office and asked our fabulous employees who voluntarily go above and beyond their “official” job responsibilities to…

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    Rangam says thank you to our veterans

    Today is Veterans Day. It’s a time to remember and honor the service and sacrifice of those who for years have protected the American dream and way of life. Earlier we wrote a blog that touched upon the benefits of hiring veterans for contingent and permanent positions. Now we’ve made a fair bit of progress…

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    Hiring veterans could be your smartest business decision

    We at Rangam appreciate the dedication and sacrifice of our US military veterans and their families. We want to open up opportunities for men and women who have given so much for us. Since we are primarily a diversity recruiting company that connects people to employment opportunities (both for contingent and permanent jobs), we endeavor…

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    Secrets to successful contracting: From resume to work

    “You are not your resume, you are your work.” Seth Godin In the fast-paced, results-driven world of contracting, it’s really important to focus on your work. While an impressive resume is key to getting a foot in the door of a large company and charting a great career trajectory, it’s also worth remembering that there’s…

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    Resume building tips – Language (Part II)

    This is the second and final part of our series on how to write a better resume. Our previous blog discussed using correct punctuation and the active voice, as well as not using adjectives and adverbs indiscriminately. In this post, we present some more basic, but oft ignored, tips for good resume writing. 4. Spell…

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    Resume-building tips – Language (Part I)

    Earlier we shared with you some of our favorite interview tips. We’d now like to take a step back and discuss how to write that winning resume which can help you land your next interview. Regardless of whether you’re just starting your career or you’ve grown into a seasoned professional, the importance of having a…

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    Be the Career Wolf: Up and coming careers in the next 4 years

    Don’t always pursue what’s hot. Sometimes the “not” careers at the commencement of your college experience can be up and coming by the time graduation comes around. Be prepared to remain flexible. Employers are also getting more daring, and following company models like Google where a degree and good grades validate the ability to do…

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  • Smart strategies for networking: Make all the right moves

    Rangam Consultants works to provide job seekers not only with temporary staffing options, but also with tips on how to go about increasing your connections and networking skills after the offer, or during periods of transition. Careers are not built in isolation and networking is critical to display your professional brand – you – to…

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