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As we mentioned in our previous Gazette, we have started building a compilation of articles to help with a variety of career tips and to also provide talent solutions advice for our clients. Here are the 5 most read blogs in 2015: Nancy Squires Wins Baltimore SmartCEO’s 2015 Circle Of Excellence Award 4 Must Have… Read more »

Chuck Riddle helps raise awareness and help for Veterans suffering from PTSD

One of The Squires Group consultants, Chuck Riddle, hit the road to raise awareness and help Veterans who are suffering from PTSD and specifically to eliminate suicide among our Veterans. A study in 2011 showed that an average of 22 Veterans are committing suicide every day and the U.S. has actually lost more service members… Read more »

The Squires Group, Inc. makes BBJ’s Top 50 Woman-Owned Business List

Annapolis, MD, September 12, 2014 – The Squires Group, Inc. (TSGi) announced that it has been named in Baltimore Business Journal’s (BBJ) 50 Largest Woman-Owned Business list. BBJ publishes this list on an annual basis and the ranking is based on prior year revenue. TSGi was ranked #9 on this list published on September 5,… Read more »

To Stay Technical or Move to a Project Management Role? – That is the Question

Transitioning from a technical position to a project management role is not a decision to be made lightly. Although the two fields are related, they have unique advantages, disadvantages, and responsibilities. If you do not consider all of them in advance while asking yourself some important questions, you could end up taking a position you… Read more »

Are Your Job Postings Attracting the Talent You Need?

As anyone who has made hiring decisions knows, finding the right candidate involves more than just offering up a job. A mountain of resumes and applications can fail to produce a single qualified applicant. With so much talk about unemployment, it is easy to assume that exceptional job seekers would be clamoring to apply for… Read more »

Are You Communicating Effectively with Your Recruiter/Staffing Agency?

The relationship between a job seeker and a recruiter needs to be a close one. Think of it this way-your recruiter is going to find you a job that you will work at five days a week, and help negotiate the amount you will be compensated for this work. You wouldn’t want to leave this… Read more »