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Meryl Ratzman

How to Create Great Relationships With Your Colleagues

The Profiles’ recruitment team recently had an offsite training summit where we each picked a topic to present to our colleagues.  It was a chance for us to get out of the office and learn from one another.  Topics included direct recruitment strategies, managing client communication, Drupal and PHP development and how to best interview […]

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Baltimore is Bleeding Purple | A Super Bowl Team

In the spirit of the Baltimore Ravens making it to the Super Bowl, I figure it’s only appropriate to brag about the amazing team that makes up the Profiles Baltimore recruiting agency. Individually, we all bring a different skill-set to the table. Put us together and you get an unstoppable force of job-placement success for […]

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10 Signs That It’s Time to Find A New Job

The greatest thing about being a graphic design recruiter in the Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC metro area is that you help creative professionals find user experience design jobs. But another important aspect is that we consult both freelance and full-time creative’s on their careers. For example, there’s absolutely no point in staying in a […]

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Capture In-Demand IT Professionals for your Job Offers

When UX designers, developers, and in-demand IT professionals are receiving multiple offers, what are you doing to make your position stand out? As part of Profiles recruitment process, we prepare all of our candidates prior to their phone or face-to-face interview. As staffing experts, our “preps” include interview best practices, the culture of the team, […]

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How to Lose a Recruiter in 7 Days

In an effort to mix it up a bit, and thanks to chick-flick inspiration from Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey in “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days,” I’ve compiled a list of what not to do when working with a Recruiter. If you follow these daily steps, in one week you’ll jeopardize your […]

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How to Properly Resign from a Job

Great news! You got a new job — one that offers you more of a challenge, exposure to new technologies and a better work/life balance than your existing position. But the last thing you want to do is tell your existing employer/manager those details. Why? Simply put, you don’t want to burn your bridges. The […]

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Interviewing? What You Don’t Say Is Just As Important

Nonverbal Mistakes that could Cost You the Job So you got past your recruiter, you’ve had an initial phone interview with the hiring manager and now you’re meeting face-to-face. You’ve done your homework – you know the company, their mission, the hiring manager’s background, the scope of the position and you’re ready to tell them […]

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