Posts by Jenessa Hoffman

Questions to Ask a Potential Employer in an Interview

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Many people looking for a job put all of their focus on how to answer interview questions, but forget that they are there to ask questions too. When meeting with a potential employer, both you and the individual conducting the interview are there to ask questions. You may be asking yourself why you should bother…

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5 HR Technology Trends to Watch

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Advances in technology have impacted every field, including recruiting.  We’ve put together a list of seven technology trends we think will change the way recruiters operate, as well as some suggestions for how you can leverage these developments to improve your company’s HR functions, positively impact company culture, and recruit (and retain) top talent. Recruiting…

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Front-End Engineer Job Opening

Front-End Engineer Location: Tysons Corner, VA or Denver, CO Reports to: Lead Engineer Start Date: Immediately Be part of a ground-floor engineering opportunity to build a modern service-oriented front-end architecture. Campaign Partners is a rapidly growing venture-backed startup building a next-generation peer to peer fundraising platform. Our product allows users to identify, recruit, and engage…

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Talent Acquisition: A New Focus for 2017

If your company is not already investing in talent acquisition, make this your goal for 2017!  Unlike traditional recruitment, talent acquisition is a long-term strategy focused on identifying specialists and future leaders able to fill difficult, highly skilled positions that typically take four to six months to fill.  Since talent acquisition is more strategic than…

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Self-Directed Learning in the Workplace

Getting employees to participate in training seminars (let alone actually pay attention to them) can be like pulling teeth.  No matter how important or relevant the training, there will be people who think it doesn’t apply to them, people who show up then sit in the corner and doodle, people who leave after lunch, and…

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Hope for the Warriors Chooses Potomac Recruiting

September 2016 – Potomac Recruiting is pleased to announce that Hope for the Warriors, a national non-profit with a four-star rating from Charity Navigator, has chosen to work with us to fill their search for a Vice President of Advancement.  Hope for the Warriors was founded in 2006 by military families at the Marine Corps…

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