If you’re interviewing for jobs these days, you’ve no doubt experienced a video interview. Here are some tips from the team at Joseph Chris Partners to help you prepare for your next one!
If you’re not sure how to use Twitter to build your brand or uncover new opportunities, Equity/Executive Partner Erica Lockwood is here to help!
If your team isn’t having fun at work, start now! Here are some ideas about how Joseph Chris Partners has injected fun into our remote work life!
If you are not fully utilizing your social media networks to expand your universe, you are missing a huge opportunity. These tips from CEO and President Veronica Ramirez will help you to do just that!
Are you having trouble focusing while working at home? Executive Partner David Brown and Partner Christina Nickerson have some advice for you!
I wasted a whole evening watching Wife Swap last night. I don’t know why or how I got sucked in, but I looked up and it was almost 9:00 p.m. and I had nothing to show for my night. To be fair, I was recovering from a pretty bad bout of vertigo and hadn’t been […]
I’m a nail biter. Well, a nail picker, actually. And I can count on one stubby-nailed hand the times I’ve grown my fingernails out in my 47 years on this earth. I keep my nail guy happy because I even pick off the nails he glues on. But this month, a friend and I decided […]
When you ask Google “How to Write a Resume?”, within 0.50 seconds you will have 310,000,000 resources at your fingertips to confuse you even more. Over my almost 6 years with Joseph Chris Partners as a Senior Recruiter I have been able to narrow down the answer to one very simple question. “What are your […]
It is my job to talk with folks who plan, develop, build, and design for a living. The other day I was talking to a candidate who shared more about his personality then about his success in completing projects on time and under budget. He led in with his “emotional intelligence” scores and how he […]
Dad’s lessons continue.. Last time I wrote about one of Dad’s lessons. It was about the importance of doing your homework, being prepared, and how you can benefit from working a little harder and knowing a little more than the other guy. It was one of many lessons my dad taught me. My dad was […]
It’s no secret that we are seeing a shortage of proven talent within the real estate development and construction industries in many skill sets. At a time when we need people/talent the most, professionals are seriously questioning whether to make a change because of the timing of the economy, timing in our industry and timing […]
Senior Recruiter Dawn Bahan of Joseph Chris Partners was raised to Back the Blue. The daughter of a Louisiana police captain, Dawn landed her job as Turn Kings Harbor Blue organizer unassumingly. In a round-table discussion with our team about what community service event to host 4 years ago, Dawn and several others expressed their […]
Dawn Bahan and Tiffany Kenton, Event Organizers for Joseph Chris Partners’ 4th Annual Turn Kings Harbor Blue festival, share some great information about this year’s event!! #josephchrispartners #turnkingsharborblue
Check out the latest video blog from Senior Partner Angie Truitt!
I was a baby lawyer, just one year out of law school, returning to my office after a hearing and there was a U-Haul trailer backed up to the entrance of my building. Moving guys with banker boxes loaded onto dollies blocked my path into my office, and I stepped around them to get […]
I was thinking about my work as a recruiter and remembered a lesson my father taught me many years ago. I was a senior in college and asked him if he had any advice before going to a couple important job interviews. “Do your homework before you meet them, know something positive about the company […]
In today’s world, it is a candidate driven market. Candidates are getting called repeatedly by recruiters and quite a large amount of them end up with multiple offers to choose from in the end. As a company searching for talent, the decision to hire a firm to help can be a daunting one. The Solo […]
What an awesome week attending the PCBC conference! As I mull over the happenings, the main point of my discussions had a resounding theme – the talent shortage plaguing our industry. This is clearly not an earth shattering statement by any means but every now and then there is solace in knowing it’s not just […]