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Recruitment Strategies for Attracting and Retaining Gen Z Talent

Time to Read: 5 mins

Recruitment Strategies for Attracting and Retaining Gen Z Employees Summary:
– Gen Z is a tech-savvy, socially conscious generation that values flexibility, purpose, and work-life balance.
– Understanding their values and behaviors can help hiring managers form recruitment strategies to appeal to Gen Z talent.
– Ensuring a seamless onboarding experience, competitive compensation, and purpose-driven projects are ways your company can retain Gen Z employees.

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Beyond the Numbers: Why Diversity and Inclusion are Crucial for Your Marketing Team

Time to Read: 4 mins

Why Recruit a Diverse Marketing Team Summary:
– A diverse marketing team can provide insights into diverse audiences, increase creativity, improve decision-making, and build brand loyalty.
– Inclusive work environments are crucial to fostering a diverse marketing team that feels valued and supported.
– Strategies for creating an inclusive work environment include setting clear goals, fostering open communication, providing training and resources, promoting diversity in hiring, and fostering an inclusive culture.

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Emerging AI Job Titles in Creative and Marketing

Time to read: 6 mins

Emerging AI Job Titles in Creative and Marketing Summary:
– Without a doubt, AI has taken the world by storm and has become a part of everyday life, both personally and in business.
– Brief overview of 10 emerging AI Job Titles in Creative and Marketing
– Finding the right AI professionals will be especially important as AI technology develops even further.

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A Quick Guide to Asking for Feedback After a Job Rejection [Email Template]

Time to Read: 5 minutes

Asking for Feedback After Job Rejection Summary:
– Understand that job rejection is not a direction reflection on you or your skillset, and in fact, asking for feedback after being rejected from a job is a big career growth move.
– Responding and asking for feedback after job rejection is often an overlooked step in the job search/interview process.
– A lay out of the key points to include in addition to a job rejection email template to produce an effective and thoughtful follow-up.

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Tailor Your Resume to Any Job Using These 6 Tips

Time to Read: 6 mins
Tailor Your Resume to the Job Description Summary:
– Job searching online is convenient, but the vast reach of the internet means that most jobs receive many unqualified applicants.
– Many companies utilize Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) to help sift through applicant resumes.
– Use the tips below to tailor your resume to the job description and ensure it makes it through ATS.

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7 Ways You Can Optimize Your Remote Job Search Strategy

Time to read: 5 mins

Optimize Your Remote Job Search Strategy Summary:
– Searching for a remote job can be daunting with the overwhelming amount of remote opportunities out there.
– It is important to know establish what you want in a remote job before starting your search.
– Updating your resume and LinkedIn profile, virtual networking, and using keywords can help refine your remote job search.

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Strengthening Your Mind & Overcoming the Sunday Scaries

Time to read: 5 mins

Overcoming the Sunday Scaries Summary:
– The Sunday Scaries are a real thing; psychologically referred to as anticipatory anxiety.
– Work is the main source of the Sunday Scaries. Companies are working towards more initiatives around workplace mental health.
– Tips to strengthen the ability to control your mind and thoughts and reframe your mindset around Sundays.

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After an Interview Thank You Email Sample

Time to read: 2 min

Interview Thank You Email Sample Summary:
– Two after an interview thank you email samples and subject lines provided in this blog post.
– A well written thank you email sent within 24 hours after the interview can position you as a powerhouse that the employer should move quickly on.
– Collect the names and emails of every person you meet with during the interview process and send each an individual a personalized thank you email.
– Express your gratitude, recap your transferrable skills with enthusiasm, and offer a strong close.

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What to Expect When Starting a New Job and Onboarding Remotely

Time to Read: 6 mins

Starting a New Job and Onboarding Remotely Summary:
– Before starting a remote job, there are various things you can do to set yourself up for success within your first week.
– Companies should consider all factors of their remote onboarding process to eliminate potential hiccups for new employees.
– Building relationships at a new job is different when you are remote, but there are ways to connect with your coworkers even from a distance.

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Effective Performance Improvement Plans

Time to Read: 6 minutes

Performance Improvement Plans Summary:
– A PIP is a tool that offers a commitment from the manager to the employee to help them improve.
– Include these 5 pieces of information to deliver a well thought plan to help get the employee back on track to being successful and achieving their goals.
– The length of time for a PIP can last 30, 60, or 90 days depending on the objective.
– Operational tips to help avoid putting employees on a PIP.

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3 Prong Approach to Keep Candidates Warm

Time to read: 3 minutes

How to Keep Candidates Warm Summary:
– Why it is important to have a talent pool at the ready for both hiring surges and freezes.
– Companies have many reasons why they stall on hiring candidates right away. We map the top reasons.
– A surefire approach to keeping candidates warm without losing out on talent.

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What You Need to Know About a Four Day Work Week

Time to Read: 6 mins

Four Day Work Week Summary:
– A four day work week refers to a 32 hour work week with the same pay rate as a 40 hour work week.
– Priorities are shifting in the workforce and employees value work-life balance.
– There are many benefits to a four day work week for both employees and companies alike.
– Various companies across the globe have adopted a four day work week using a range of models.

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Creative Recruitment Strategies to Manage a Job Applicant Surge

Time to read: 5 mins

Creative Recruitment Strategies Summary:
– A job applicant surge is promising, but is the talent pool filled with qualified applicants?
– Despite a candidate-driven market, companies are becoming more specified and trying to get the most out of their candidate search.
– Creative recruitment strategies attributed to a well established recruitment process effectively attract and engage candidates from the start.

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Five Months, Position Still Vacant

Five Months, Position Still Vacant Direct Hire – Digital Marketing role for Non-Profit quickly filled by Profiles The Client A non-profit organization with a Digital Marketing Specialist vacancy for five months. The Challenge The previous Digital Marketing Specialist left the company and the vacancy remained for five months before recruitment leadership of the non-profit reached…

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Strict Budget Cap on Marketing Role

Strict Budget Cap on Marketing Role Direct Hire – Marketing Manager with qualified range of skills was hired and valued over budget The Client An international architectural firm in search of a marketing candidate with a strict budget cap. The Challenge The client was looking for a Marketing Manager with international experience, and has a…

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Navigating a Candidate Driven Market

Navigating a Candidate Driven Market Contract – Client facing candidate pushback towards contract roles “Profiles has been a great partner. Response time and ability to identify quality candidates is the result of deep understanding not only of the requirements but the culture as well.” Teresa F., Senior Manager The Client A global hospitality client working…

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Hiring Manager Relocated Cross Country

Hiring Manager Relocated Cross Country, Staffing Up Team Contract – A new Creative Director (and past consultant of Profiles) makes business case on why to enlist Profiles to build up creative department. The Client Relocated from Virginia to Texas, the Creative Director (also the Hiring Manager) of a global convenient store had hiring needs for…

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Specific Marketing Need, Tight Budget

Specific Marketing Hiring Need with a Tight Budget Direct Hire – Quality candidates over quantity approach to multiple openings. “Profiles is a valued business partner. We’ve had the pleasure of working with them for a few years now and because of that, they get our culture and team expectations. With a recent hire, our Profiles…

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Internal Recruiter Bandwidth Pain Point

Internal Recruiter Bandwidth Pain Point Direct Hire – Internal recruiting challenges for senior level position rescued by Profiles The Client An internal recruiter at a full-service ad agency was in need of support for senior-level creative candidates. The Challenge A full-service advertising and creative agency needed to hire a VP of Creative, Copy and Pharma.…

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First-Time User of Staffing Services

First-Time User of Staffing Services Contract – Supportive consultation and over-communication to guide hiring manager through first hire. “As the VP of Communications, the company was used to working with Profiles, however, this was my first experience. It was a great experience, and I am thrilled with the candidate they placed on my team. We…

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Personality Types at Work: Best Career Options for Your Type

Time to read: 10 mins

Personality Types at Work Summary:
– Personality types influence many factors and are a useful aspect of yourself to consider when navigating your career.
– The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a popular personality evaluation tool used today and dates back all the way to World War II.
– There are 16 personality types determined by evaluating four pairs of opposing psychological elements. 
– Once you determine your personality type, you will understand yourself on a deeper level and will be able to better navigate career and life challenges.

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What’s on the Horizon: Copywriting Trends from Industry Experts

Time to Read: 7 mins

– We spoke to industry experts to get a glimpse into copywriting trends for 2021.
– The pharmaceutical industry is booming, copy voice is changing, social listening is being utilized and advertising channels are shifting.
– Keeping up with pop culture trends and knowing your niche will give you the upper hand when it comes to writing copy.
– Profiles copywriting recruiters can help you a copywriter for your team or take the next step in your copywriting career.

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Overwhelming Search for Design Candidates

Overwhelming Search for Design Candidates Contract – Try before you buy approach to contract staffing alleviates stress in niche design candidate search “The staffing team at Profiles is outstanding. We couldn’t be happier with their responsiveness and the caliber of candidates we have received. We ended up hiring several of them as permanent employees. Our…

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7 Portfolio Website Tips for a Standout First Impression

Time to Read: 3 minutes

Portfolio Website Tips Summary:
– A viewer’s first impression of your portfolio is important as it only takes 50 microseconds for a website visitor to register a visual appeal.
– Highlighting top-tier brand projects and self-initiated work in a portfolio displays versatility and passion for the craft.
– A portfolio should utilize concise copy, interactive features, and demonstrate the designer’s creative process.

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The $1.9 Trillion 2021 Stimulus Explained

Time to read: 6 minutes

2021 Stimulus Actions and Summary:
– Digestible explanation of the third stimulus payment to understand who will and who will not receive the payment.
– Unemployment benefits to extend until September 6 and decrease to $300 per week, along with an explanation of the unemployment tax forgiveness.
– Child Tax Credit, School, and COVID-19 Vaccination and Research, among other items addressed in the 2021 Stimulus bill.

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The 12 High-Paying Top Tech Jobs in 2021: Data Expands, Development Prevails

Time to read: 7 minutes

Top Tech Jobs 2021 Summary:
– The tech industry is one of the most promising industries of work with constant growth and innovation.
– Each position within the lifecycle of a digital product has a place on the list.
– Outside of digital products, top tech jobs are becoming more and more in-demand to encompass data and database management.

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Best Remote Jobs: 2021 Marketing and Creative Technology Hiring Outlook

Time to read: 5 minutes

Best Remote Jobs 2021 Summary:
– Staffing Industry Analysts put out a report referring to survey results sharing that companies plan to increase hiring as soon as Q1 2021, despite lingering uncertainly around COVID-19 and the vaccine. 
– Profiles details the best remote jobs within the marketing and creative technology sector that companies can successfully recruit, onboard, and manage at a remote capacity.

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How to Combat the Negative Effects of Too Much Screen Time

Time to read: 3 minutes

Combatting Too Much Screen Time Summary:
– Between social media, remote work, lockdowns, and a plethora of current events, the world is glued to a screen of some sort longer than ever.
– Before the pandemic, adults were spending half of the day (the full 24 hours) in front of a screen.
– The effects of too much screen time include eyestrain, headaches, dry eyes, and more – and we discuss how to alleviate these effects.

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Why Choose Managed Services for Creative and Digital Hiring Needs

Time to read: 5 minutes

Is managed services staffing the right move for your hiring needs? Summary:
– Understanding what Managed Services is and how this type of staffing fits into a company’s hiring plans.
– What are the benefits of managed services and why should companies choose this avenue over traditional outsourcing?
– Managed services are very suitable for marketing and creative technology departments.

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The Best TED Talks for Inspiration and Overall Well-Being

Time to read: 2 minutes

Summary of the Best TED Talks:
– An all-up, digestible list of some of the best TED Talks gathered by the Profiles team as an employee engagement initiative.
– TED Talk Topics include finding your potential, work-life balance, asking “what do I want,” better sleep, and much more!
– Sharing in hopes of brining light and inspiration during these times of uncertainty and beyond.

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Championing Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Time to read: 3 minutes

Inclusion in the Workplace Summary
– Inclusion in the workplace is the follow-through of diversity efforts. It is one thing to hire diverse, but it is another to act on it.
– Simply put, creating a diverse and inclusive workplace is good for business.
– How to be a truly inclusive workplace and what needs to take place for a company to be successful.

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Tried and True Creative Resume Tips to Get Hired

Time to read: 5 minute read

Creative Resume Tips Summary:
– A resume as a creative professional is another way to showcase your eye for design, even though it is highly recommended to create in Microsoft Word.
– If your resume is poorly formatted or missing key elements, employers may skip over you, or worse, you will be overlooked by the ATS.
– There are many simple creative resume tips to follow to ensure you feel confident applying to jobs and walking into interviews.

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Why Company Culture is Vital in Remote Onboarding

Time to read: 4 minute read

Company Culture’s Role in Remote Onboarding Summary:
– Company culture is important in any new hire onboarding situation, but even more important when remote onboarding.
– The ways of company culture have shifted and evolved as the workforce shift to a fully remote workforce.
– Steps every business with a strong company culture should take to warmly welcome the new hire.

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Workplace Mental Health is the Key to Employee Engagement

Time to read: 3 minutes

Workplace Mental Health Summary:
– Mental health is the ability to cope and thrive as a productive member of society through the normal stresses of life.
– Workplace mental health is very seldom discussed but a key factor in employee engagement and success of the company.
– Addressing and taking care of our own mental health through acts of self-care (list included).

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What’s Next for Back to Normal? Work After COVID-19

Time to read: 4 minutes

Back to Normal and the Workforce Summary:
– The discussion around taking work back into the office is happening. However, the way we use to work will look significantly different from the ever-so-trendy open workspace changing to a more closed off setup.
– Networking and business travel will resume, eventually, but will be closely assessed and monitored.
– Companies are still trying to generate leads and continue with business as usual while also working to be a compassionate partner and resource to their customers.

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Remote Staff Engagement via Virtual Team Building

Time to Read: 5 minutes

Virtual Team Building Summary:
– Before COVID-19, remote work is touted as a preferred method of work with employees citing better productivity, loyalty, and more likely to refer potential employees. However, with staff not in office, how do business leaders keep the workforce engaged on a human level?
– Leadership and company culture is the foundation for building a strong remote staff and must be established and lived by.
– Virtual Happy Hours are the most widely practiced form of virtual team building, however, we touch a couple more ideas that will break up the workweek.

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How Companies Can Strategically Plan for a Possible Second Wave of Coronavirus

Time to read: 6 minutes

Business Planning for Alleged Second Wave of Coronavirus Summary:
– As the US Government starts to entertain the idea of re-opening, public health officials warn and hypothesize the second wave of coronavirus is in store.
– What can we compare and learn from the Flu Outbreak of 1918?
– Should public health predictions be true, now is the time for businesses to re-evaluate initial approaches in response to COVID-19 to be better positioned in the event of a second wave.

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What Hiring Regulations During COVID-19 Look Like

Time to read: 6 minutes

Hiring Regulations During COVID-19 Summary:
– Clarification on hiring regulations through the EEOC.
– Understand what employers can and cannot do when hiring during a pandemic as explained in the Pandemic Preparedness in the Workplace and Americans with Disabilities Act.
– What steps employers can take to keep their workforces safe and healthy – remote and on-site.

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Creative and Marketing Hiring During COVID-19

Time to read: 5 minutes

Impact on Creative and Marketing Hiring During COVID-19
– Is now the time to job search, especially in the creative and marketing niche, despite news of massive layoffs and furloughs?
– In regards to marketing and creative technology jobs, the marketing discipline continues to see a steady flow of opportunity for job seekers.
– Consumer behavior has changed in the wake of COVID-19, which continues to keep CIO and CMO ears perked and focused on digital spending.

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COVID-19 Impact to the Creative and Marketing Workforce

Time to Read: 2 minutes

– Staffing Industry Analyst released an assessment on April 6, 2020 on how COVID-19 will impact the workforce.
– The short term and peak of the coronavirus pandemic is estimated to be two to six months in which businesses and the workforce will be impacted.
– While specific industries will see demand through this pandemic it does not equate to increased investment as consumers are seeking cost savings and businesses need to reduce costs.
– How will industries fare in the recovery period? Can 2021 be business as normal?

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COVID-19: Creative and Marketing Job Market Report

Time to read: 8 minutes 

COVID-19 Creative and Marketing Job Market Report Summary
– Are companies and HR personnel still moving forward with hiring plans? 
– Are job seekers still searching for jobs? 
– How will budget cuts and layoffs affect the market? 
– How secure do employees feel in their current positions? 
– What is expected in a universally remote work environment? 

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Maximizing Productivity and Accountability in Remote Staff

Time to Read: 4 minutes

Maximizing Productivity and Accountability in Remote Staff:
– How to continue with business as usual for a seamless transition and success going 100% remote.
– Enlist the help of tools, such as chat and video services to keep staff connected with one another on projects and day-to-day communications.
– Top remote technology tools to look into as you get acclimated working from home.

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Internet Deals For Your Work From Home Needs

Time to Read: 2 minutes


– Internet deals and wifi promotions across Comcast, Spectrum, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile.
– These internet deals cover new and existing customers.
– Corporate america and school age kids are now home due to COVID-19 precautions. Bandwidth issues and internet speeds have slowed to a crawl. Inside we’ve compiled the best internet deals for your home wifi needs.

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Creating Remote Work-Life Balance Amid COVID-19

Time to read: 6 minutes

Summary of Creating Remote Work-Life Balance During COVID-19:
– Working from home is one, solid way to achieve work-life balance, but with that comes the trouble of deciphering when work ends and home begins.
– Tips for creating harmony with strictly enforced remote work and COVID-19 quarantine situations are explored as we focus on what we can control.
– Dedicated workspaces, rituals, time blocking, and more to ensure a healthy remote work-life balance.

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Remote Talent Solutions During COVID-19

Time to Read: 6 minutes

– Job applications in creative and marketing are up 6% week over week.
– Industries which are thriving amid coronavirus include retail banking, delivery services, digital agencies, Ecommerce, healthcare, and senior living.
– Making it happen remotely. A spelled out plan from hiring solutions, interviewing, onboarding, training, and 3 months into the job.

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Recession-Proof Industries for Your Job Search

Time to Read: 5 minutes

Summary of Recession-Proof Industries for Your Job Search
– Has COVID-19 started a global recession?
– Recessions are a general decline in economic activity. With that comes a domino effect on employment, spending, and business practices.
– While a recession is among us and businesses are remote due to the virus, candidates should still be job searching and looking for positions in recession-proof industries before the decline really takes hold and affects recruitment.

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Coronavirus Leads to Virtual Job Interviews

Time to Read: 1 minute

Coronavirus has lead many US Employers to mandate work from home and no travel policies as a precautionary effort. Using the guidance from global health experts at this time has the best interest for all employees, customers, and partners. While many corporations have enforced these precautions already, it is highly encouraged to eliminate travel and conduct job interviews and meetings by the way of phone and video conferencing until further notice.

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Profiles Spotlight Talent | Katie B.

For our August Spotlight Talent, we recognize Katie, Creative Copywriter in Plano, TX, for her exceptional work and recent conversion to full-time! Katie’s Job Search Katie Burkhart was fresh out of school in May 2018 and hit the ground running into her job search shortly thereafter, only to hear crickets from her submissions. Katie took…

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Crafting a Resignation Letter: Breaking Down the Format

Time to read: 3 minutes

Crafting a Resignation Letter Summary:

– A resignation letter formally announces your departure to your superiors and helps you leave your position on a high note. 
– Your resignation letter should be formatted with include an introduction, body, and a conclusion that discusses your transition plan.
– Working with a Profiles recruiter can help you move forward with ease in your career change.

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Employee Experience for All Generations

Sir Richard Branson, the management visionary, has said: “My philosophy has always been, if you can put staff first, your customers second, and shareholders third, effectively, in the end, the shareholders do well, the customers do better, and your staff remains happy.” Branson has succeeded with this approach–and many other companies have realized the importance…

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Profiles Wins Best of Staffing 2018


FEBRUARY 15, 2018 – Profiles,, a leading staffing agency in the creative and marketing industries announced today that they have won Inavero’s Best of Staffing® Client Award for providing superior service to their clients. Inavero’s Best of Staffing Client winners have proven to be industry leaders in service quality based entirely on ratings provided…

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Profiles Brings on New Office Manager, Denece Dimarcantonio

Profiles welcomes Denece Dimarcantonio to its headquarters office in Baltimore, MD. Denece joins Profiles as the Office Manager and works to support each metro offices in all operational functions. Background and Contributing Strengths Denece comes to Profiles with 10 years of professional experience, backed by a Bachelors of Arts in Visual Communications and Design. She…

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One Little Idea a Week

Did you know that 48 hours following any conference or event is a climax of enriched thinking? Yes! Top Staffing Firms Gather Nationwide Inspiration, motivation, dedication, team spirit, enthusiasm – it’s all happening right now inside at Profiles. From all departments and locations of our business, six Profiles employees flew up to Boston, MA to…

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Roderick Cardenas Joins Profiles Washington DC as Talent Acquisition Manager

Washington, DC, April 20, 2017 – Mid-Atlantic Marketing and Creative staffing agency, Profiles welcomes Roderick Cardenas to the Washington, DC branch as its newest Talent Acquisition Manager. Roderick holds over eight years of experience as a graphic / digital designer and nine years of high-level administrative experience, topping it off with a couple years of…

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Katie Bankard Hired as Newest Recruiter to Profiles Baltimore

Baltimore, MD, March 16, 2017 – Profiles, a mid-Atlantic Marketing and Creative staffing agency, welcomes Katie Bankard as its newest Talent Acquisition Manager to the Baltimore office. Katie brings previous recruitment experience in a variety of sectors, including agency, corporate recruiting, government contracting, and startup. Katie thrives in fast-pace work environments and loves the feeling…

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Philadelphia Analytics Recruiters Share Competitive Tips

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The city of brotherly love, cheesesteaks, and Rocky. However, did you know that Philadelphia is a booming market for analytics jobs? In the Philadelphia metro alone, there are over 5,200 analyst jobs available. With that, Philadelphia analytics recruiters peg big data analytics as one of the top digital marketing skills in Philadelphia, PA. The professional sector…

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Profiles Welcomes Jim Casey as Business Development Manager | Philadelphia Metro

Conshohocken, PA, August, 11, 2016 – Profiles, Marketing and Creative staffing agency, onboards its newest Business Development Manager, Jim Casey, to the Philadelphia branch office. Coming to Profiles, Jim brings with him healthcare staffing experience. Jim is ready to take on the Philadelphia market and provide the best talent to Profiles clients. When asked why…

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Profiles Welcomes Chelsea Stumm As Newest Talent Acquisition Manager to Baltimore Location

Baltimore, MD, April 1, 2016 – Marketing and Technology staffing agency, Profiles, welcomes its next Talent Acquisition Manager to the Baltimore office, Chelsea Stumm. Chelsea joins Profiles with a variation of experience in client relations, marketing and sales. Prior to joining the Profiles team, Chelsea was in the health and wellness industry.  With a passion…

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Spencer Nelson Welcomed as Profiles’ Director of Direct Hire

Washington, D.C., February 18, 2016 – Profiles, Marketing and Creative staffing agency, brings on Spencer Nelson to lead its direct-hire practice as the Director of Direct Hire Services. Spencer joins Profiles with more than 12 years of experience in the recruitment field, successfully leading internal recruitment departments and direct-hire service lines for regional, national and…

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Profiles Welcomes Paige Pansky as Newest Philadelphia Recruiter

Conshohocken, PA; February, 16, 2016 – Marketing and Creative staffing agency, Profiles, welcomes its newest Talent Acquisition Manager, Paige Pansky. Paige sits as a Recruiter in the Philadelphia metro branch office. She comes to Profiles with three years of experience in Marketing as a Marketing Assistant and two years of experience as a Corporate Recruiter. With her…

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Profiles Welcomes Claire Cederholm as New Talent Acquisition Manager

Baltimore, MD; September, 11, 2015 – Profiles, Marketing and Creative staffing agency, welcomes its newest Talent Acquisition Manager, Claire Cederholm, to the Baltimore office. Claire joins Profiles with two years of experience in IT, in addition to four years of administrative experience. With this experience, Claire is comfortable and knowledgeable of the roles and hierarchies…

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A Letter from Our President and CEO

As 2015 approaches its halfway point, there is so much great news to enjoy!  At 17 years old, Profiles is still young, but also a very seasoned leader in Tailoring Talent and Curating Careers.  Corporate America has demonstrated its need for Profiles’ expertise in Marketing, Creative, and Information Technology, as well as our  ability to deliver candidates…

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#WhatsOnMyDesk Profiles Giveaway

When you’re at work as much as you are, your desk is your space, your home away from home. Accompanying you may be pictures, a quote calendar, or a mason jar full of jelly beans. Hey! Whatever makes you comfortable, right? Show us what’s on your desk. What do you look at that keeps those juices…

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