5 Tips to Nailing a Phone Interview Published By: Christina Goodreds, Associate Pharmaceutical Recruiter It’s 2017! We are living in an age in which things move quickly and people rely heavily on technology. We all have a lot of things to do and not enough hours to get them done. For this reason, many employers [...]
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Why Feedback is Important & How to Provide It Published By: Sam Rezaeian – Project Manager Communication is a major pillar for success. It doesn’t matter whether you are an employee, a hiring manager, a company president, an HR representative, or a recruiter. In an effort to grow and do our best (both professionally and [...]
Negotiating a Win-Win Job Offer Published By: Les Schafer – Senior Executive Recruiter & Account Manager Sometimes it feels like the planet, moon and stars need to be in alignment in order for the right candidate to be a match for one of our client’s positions. For those of you unfamiliar with Germer International, the [...]
Germer International’s 3rd Annual 5K Published by: Catherine Stier – Senior Executive Recruiter & Account Manager at Germer International. This past weekend, the Germer International team participated in our 3rd Annual 5K at the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition run/walk near the Please Touch Museum in Philadelphia. The NOCC’s goal is to educate communities and increase [...]
GI’s Martin Luther King Day of Service – 2016 Written By: Catherine Stier When John Germer started Germer International he knew that he wanted to give his employees the opportunity to volunteer, to get out of the office and make an impact on our community. This year during a meeting about goals everyone [...]
Why Recruiting Looks Easy There is an absolutely wonderful children’s book called 20 Heartbeats about a painter who paints a horse for a very wealthy man. I hate to ruin it for you, but I have to say what happens. The rich man pays this famous painter to paint his favorite horse. But years go [...]