THE ART OF STAFFING BLOG
Balancing the needs of our clients and of the professionals we place.
Just sixteen years into the new millennium, the changes to the architecture industry are putting past practices into stark contrast. Following the recession, shifting attitudes toward architecture and design, coupled with new financial and staffing needs for both firms and clients alike have taken a new form, and some may be having difficulty grasping that…. Read More
We all know that social media platforms are ever-evolving. While trying to keep up with your personal Twitter and Facebook can be a challenge on its own, it’s also very important to have active social media accounts for your company. Not only does this help with brand recognition and being able to connect with your… Read More
Many firms will often hire multiple recruiting firms when trying to fill one position. These hiring managers work under the assumption that if they are working with more than one recruiter, they will have more candidates to choose from. While you may end up with more candidates, you will certainly end up with less of… Read More
Whether you’ve been on a countless amount of interviews, or you’re a recent college graduate looking to land your first “real” job, interviewing can be tedious and stressful. To help you out, we put together a list of our favorite interview tips. Take a look and go land your dream job! Body language You can… Read More
The internet is teeming with websites and short blurbs about resume advice, as well as tips to set you apart from your competition; but it is important to remember that most of these articles are so general that they can almost be assumed as common knowledge. Architecture is a unique field. The scope of your… Read More
Going on an interview is definitely nerve-racking. You prepare yourself for those cliché interview questions like “what are your strengths and weaknesses?” or “why do you want to work at our firm?” But what happens when you’re asked an out-of-box question? Are you going to freeze up? Even for the most confident interviewees, you need… Read More