Tag: Career

Top 12 Networking Don’ts

When you’re looking for your next job or project, networking should be an extremely active verb. Casting a net, making contacts, giving and receiving advice. While there’s always a little luck and serendipity involved, the “working” part of networking is real and...

Tips from our Team – Lilach Feldman

[accent] This month’s tips come from Lilach Feldman, Business Development Manager on our New York City team. Lilach has been working in creative staffing for over eight years and is now focused on building relationships with the best agencies, product shops and...

How To Win Over A Tough Client

[accent]While it’s always our goal to match our talent with the easiest, breeziest assignments, there are times when tougher personalities come into play. Whenever you and your client are not seeing eye to eye, your objective should always be to try to find a way to...

How to Succeed in Freelancing: 10 Steps

[accent]Ever wonder why some freelancers succeed while others seem to struggle? It almost always boils down to this: freelancing is a full-time job, and those who see it that way usually get the most out of it. You can’t go into it as a dilettante or a dabbler; you’re...

Tips from our Team – Joseph Lepore

[accent]This month’s tips come from Joe Lepore, Director of Client Services in our Boston office. Joe is always focused on customer service and is a relationship builder, on both the client and candidate side. He cares about the right talent getting placed with...

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