Finding the Perfect Match

Finding the perfect match for both candidates and companies is a challenging process. Candidates want to make sure that they can meet the expectations of the company and companies want a candidate that is going to be successful and beneficial to the company as a whole. So how do you find a perfect match? That’s where we come in. Here at The Wilson Group, we pride ourselves on being the experts in the field of employee management. We employ a staff with over fifty years of recruiting experience, which is a testimony to how successful we are. We set the bar high in our industry, simply by making the perfect match.

If you’re a company looking for a new candidate, know that we want to give you exactly what you want – and we are willing to search high and low to meet your needs and desires. When you’re looking for that special, accomplished person, our executive search reaches worldwide to locate the best performers. From captains of industry to Wall Street wizards, sales/marketing mavericks to multilingual receptionists – no job is too tough to fill. We meet with you to understand your needs and adapt proven techniques to better serve you and your specific personnel needs. We’re here to exceed your expectations and provide you an array of candidates that will be the perfect fit for your company. You can be confident in expecting a successful pairing of personalities, as well as a qualified matching of professional skills to job requirements.

If you’re a candidate looking for a new job, things can be stressful. Searching for jobs online and using job search engines can be exhausting and disappointing. At The Wilson Group, you can be put at ease knowing that you won’t spend countless hours job hunting online – that’s something we can do for you. We listen to your career goals and needs and connect you to the right job; no more dead-end interviews or mismatched expectations. In addition, we offer candidates specialized learning opportunities to perfect their job search skills. We offer resume refreshers that can help you utilize the latest formats and key phrases/words that will impress employers. Our one-on-one interview coaching will help you prepare for your next interview and cover common questions and job-winning answers. If you’re unsure where you want to go in the future, our career coaching can help you develop a plan of action before you change careers. We’re confident that with all we have to offer we can find our candidates the perfect company match.

To be honest, we’re in the business of helping people. Whether you are a company looking for a new employee or a candidate searching for a new job, we want to do all the hard work for you. Winning in today’s business requires a careful blending of talents into teams, and that’s exactly what we do. Let us connect you to the perfect match so that you can be successful. Check out our website to get connected and find the perfect match!

Self Improvement Month

This month is national Self Improvement Month, which means it is the perfect time to reevaluate your interview habits. Interviews can be an especially daunting part of the job hunting process. Here are some tips that will make your interview less nerve wracking!

Do Your Research

Research will help you look more prepared and interested in the opportunity. Start by researching general interview questions  that you are likely to be asked. Then research the company that has asked you to interview. Knowing information about the company shows you care about this job and the success of this company. This can also help you to gauge the company culture to decide what is best to wear to the interview. Knowing what is appropriate to wear can show that you are a good fit with the other employees. If you are still unsure as to what to wear to the interview, it might be worthwhile to call the office where your interview will take place. Go to sleep a little early so that you are well rested for the interview.

At The Interview

Go to your interview alone, do not take your children or any friends. Bring a copy of your resume to the interview and possibly a notepad in case you want to write down any follow up instruction. Get to the interview on time or 10 minutes early if possible. First thing to remember is to relax. You are prepared so make sure that you look confident, keep eye contact and remember to smile. Make positive and upbeat comments. Talk about what previous work experience you have that would relate to this position. Make sure that your phone is on silent and that you don’t check it during your interview. Never badmouth a previous boss or job, it looks unprofessional.

After the Interview

Make sure that you follow the follow up instructions. Check your email and phone for further information so that you can get back in a timely manner. Make sure to send a thank you note either written by hand or via email (handwritten is preferred most of the time). Thank them for their time and the opportunity they gave you to interview. If you had an obviously unsuccessful interview send a thank you note and ask for feedback on what you could have done better. For more tips like these or information about The Wilson Group, please visit our website or our Facebook.

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