How a Cover Letter Can Make or Break Your Chance at Getting an Interview

In many cases, candidates underestimate the power of a well-written cover letter when they’re applying for new jobs. Some job seekers may believe they’re unnecessary, while others may do the bare minimum when creating one. In either case, not writing an exceptional cover letter means missing out on an opportunity. Often, candidates who apply to… Read more »


4 Signs You’re in the Wrong Job

Many issues on the job do resolve with time. However, not all of them do. As a result, many professionals end up spending far too long in positions that are legitimately a poor fit. While it may seem like remaining in the wrong job isn’t overly damaging, that isn’t typically the case. Job dissatisfaction can… Read more »


Don’t Panic! Here’s What You Should Do If You Make a Mistake at Work

Everyone makes mistakes, even at work; that’s just a simple fact. When it’s a minor mishap, you may be able to handle everything without anyone being the wiser. However, some missteps are far more serious, potentially leading to legal troubles for your company, safety issues for you or others, significant financial losses, or near-irreparable damage… Read more »


Nancy Squires Wins Baltimore SmartCEO's 2015 Circle Of Excellence Award

ANNAPOLIS, MD, November 20, 2015 – The Baltimore SmartCEO announced Nancy Squires, Founder and CEO of The Squires Group, Inc. (TSGi), as the winner of the SmartCEO’s Circle of Excellence award in the Professional Services category for medium sized businesses. This year’s Circle of Excellence Award ceremony took place on November 17, 2015 at the… Read more »


In The Perfect Space – iPad Winner Announced

Congratulations to Kate Soliven who is the third winner of our In The Perfect SpaceTM iPad drawing. Kate visited our website and was interested in knowing more about how we help people find great jobs. So, she clicked the link to our mini-site – which showcases our In The Perfect Space methodology. This mini-site is designed… Read more »


Nancy Squires is Named a Finalist in The Baltimore SMARTCEO’s Award for 2015 Circle Of Excellence

ANNAPOLIS, MD, October 12, 2015 – The Baltimore SmartCEO announced Nancy Squires, Founder and CEO of The Squires Group, Inc. (TSGi), as one of the finalists to be honored for business excellence in SmartCEO’s Circle of Excellence program. The Circle of Excellence program recognizes the area’s most accomplished business leaders for their industry impact and… Read more »


Lara Joy supports The Zero Prostate Cancer Run/ Walk in Baltimore

For the third year, Lara Joy (Senior Resource Manager at TSGi) has led a team “For Our Heroes” for the ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer Run/Walk in Towson, MD. On Sunday, September 20, 2015, Lara and her team ran/walked/snoozed for dudes at Towson University to support the battle against Prostate Cancer! The Zero… Read more »


Got Blog?

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 some recent blog posts that others have found interesting: Be Careful What You Tweet | Monitoring Your Social Footprint The… Read more »


Featured Talent Solution–Vulnerability Management

The goals of this program were to: enable creation and sharing of scientific and business knowledge; enhance business adaptability to respond rapidly to research and business needs; ensure a robust, secure infrastructure; and develop an I&IT capable workforce. Our senior resource team identified the right talent that had strong experience in Vulnerability Management and had the expertise… Read more »


In The Perfect Space – iPad Winner Announced

Congratulations to Lisa Cesnick who is the first winner of our In The Perfect SpaceSM iPad drawing. Congratulations Lisa! Lisa visited our new website and was interested in knowing more about how we help people find great jobs. So, she clicked the link to our mini-site – which showcases our In The Perfect Space methodology. “I… Read more »