How your business presents itself to the world is shaped by your communications and marketing leaders. When hiring for those roles, you need to know that not only are they experts at crafting exceptional communications strategies, but that they can be a trusted advisor to the executive team when it comes to how to share information to all of your stakeholders – both internally and externally.
At Linsey Careers, we are experts at finding the very best talent for your communications and marketing teams. Our firm owner and her team have been communications professionals themselves. We are deeply connected to the function and have deep networks of quality talent.
We also have an exceptional process that helps you get to the heart of what success looks like and helps us find the right cultural fit. Because of our process, we have a track record for turning up highly targeted, highly qualified candidates from a range of proven sources. We will ensure you have everything you need to make an exceptional hiring choice. We have done this repeatedly for organizations of all sizes.
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A growing number of employers are using social media and Internet searches to screen candidates before hiring, according to a recent poll. But that doesn’t mean job seekers should abandon their Facebook and Instagram accounts. Many of those doing the hiring, in fact, consider it a deal breaker if a prospect has no online presence,
It’s easy to get comfortable in your career, especially when all is going well. But James G. Ward, an executive coach, corporate consultant, and author of ‘New Directions,’ a newly published guide to career management, said that could be a big mistake. Gone are the days when someone might spend decades perhaps even an entire career, at a single company. And if any lessons were learned in