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Don’t Leave Your Resume On Ice

  Skating past the screeners - When applying for opportunities, be mindful companies are likely using a screener to review resumes.  Whether this screener is a computer program, an individual or a search committee, chances are, they will be looking for key words and may reject your resume simply because those ...read more

What’s Your Why?

    As a recruiter and client manager, I am often challenged with the “why”. Why work with you and the Nenni team? I could go on about our database of industry professionals, our participation in industry organizations and strategic partnerships, our multi-pronged outreach approach and more. I would be happy to tell ...read more

Customizing Your Resume for Success

Customizing Your Resume for Success   If you’re active in the job market, applying for positions can be an exhausting process. It is far too often that we hear the phrase “I applied, but never heard back”. If you’ve ever fallen victim to this narrative, your resume was almost certainly glanced at ...read more

Speed to Hire

  Let’s chat, Speed to Hire!   Hiring processes in the United States have changed dramatically over the years. In the past, we were accustomed to seeing lengthy vetting and decision-making processes that often lasted months to “assure a good fit”. A “good fit” is always the goal, but it is important to ...read more

Why are you looking to leave?

Why are you looking to leave? If you’ve ever interviewed for a new position, you’ve undoubtedly been asked this question. It may come in various forms and tonalities depending on the interviewer, but you can count on this question being asked at some point in the interview process. As Executive Recruiters, ...read more

Talent Management Strategy

Does your organization have a coherent talent management strategy? Here is a working definition for your consideration: A talent management strategy is the integrated pipeline, aligned at all points with organizational culture and strategy, through which talent is recruited, vetted, developed, motivated, promoted, and succeeded.  Ask these questions to assess your current ...read more