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Give It the Ol’ College Try

Taking Lessons from College Recruitment and Applying Them to the Candidate Experience As any talented high school athlete will tell you, when a college really wants you, they’ll do whatever it takes (within NCAA rules of course…okay, maybe not for some) to ensure that you will attend their school and join their team. It takes

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Celebrating Women in Business, Porsha V.

Porsha first began her career in accounting 22 years ago as a part-time Accounts Payable Clerk. Now, after 4 years with Blue Chip Talent, acting as the Controller of one of the fastest-growing staffing firms in Metro Detroit means a great deal to her. “I have an extensive background in multiple areas of accounting, which

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What is a Job Recruiter?

When people hear the word recruiter, they usually think of a sport recruiter or even a military recruiter, but in the job market, a recruiter is simply a person who matches employees, or “talent”, to companies’ positions. Recruiting teams work directly with companies that have new or emerging career opportunities and the recruiters act as a bridge between

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Celebrating Women in Business, featuring Julia W.

As a recent graduate from Central Michigan University, Julia W. majored in Public Relations and was a member of the ZTA sorority. She then joined Blue Chip Talent last June as a Jr. Talent Acquisition Specialist, saying, “I love the grind that is involved with staffing. That, in itself, is a huge motivation for me.

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Celebrating Women in Business, featuring Mari Jo D.

Continuing our campaign to support women in business, this week’s BCT Women Wednesday features Sr. Account Executive Mari Jo. Bringing 20 years of industry experience to Blue Chip Talent, Mari Jo has acquired various skills and knowledge that have proven to be valuable during her seven months with the company.     Overall, being a

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Celebrating Women in Business, featuring Autumn S.

As our Human Resources Coordinator, Autumn S. has spent about three years with Blue Chip Talent. When it comes to a “typical day in the life of Autumn,” she describes herself to be constantly busy. Not always knowing what to expect, she has realized that things can come up last minute and it’s important to

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Celebrating Women in Business, featuring Sara L.

Growing up in Rochester, Sara’s original intention was to go into criminal justice and be on the parole board. She soon, however, realized that path was not right for her and switched to a business track, later obtaining her degree in Business Administration from Baker College. Today, Sara lives in Sterling Heights with plans to

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Celebrating Women in Business, featuring Ella T.

Having recently graduated from Grand Valley State University as a Human Resource Management major, Ella T. is enjoying her time with Blue Chip Talent as a Jr. Talent Acquisition Specialist. So far from her 2.5 months with the company, she identifies volunteering with Miracle League of Michigan to be her favorite BCT memory. After engaging

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Celebrating Women in Business, featuring Katrina G.

As Blue Chip Talent’s Director of National Accounts, Katrina was raised in a small Michigan town on a 40-acre farm. The youngest of three girls in an Italian household, she grew up with hardworking parents and a family brought together by pasta and red wine. Today, Katrina lives in Macomb Township with her husband of

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Celebrating Women in Business, featuring Devon J.

Devon always knew she wanted to be a businesswoman in a sales position. Aiming to be financially independent and in a career that she loved, Devon did not know which exact industry to work in until she came across staffing. Now, as an Account Executive with a ten-year staffing background and seven months of experience with Blue

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