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Who Should Work With a Recruiter?

Who Should Work With a Recruiter?

Posted by on Feb 5, 2019

What kind of person should work with a recruiter? And what exactly does a recruiter do? If these are questions that run through your head when you hear the term “recruiter,” you’re not alone. We often hear people say they don’t think they’re qualified enough, or they’re not the “right type of person” for a […]

Recruiting: Humans vs. Computers

Recruiting: Humans vs. Computers

Posted by on Jan 9, 2019

CV scanning software: the argument for human engagement. At Route Networking Group, we pride ourselves on our ‘boutique style’ approach to corporate recruiting. (We also pride ourselves on cute office pups, fresh hiphop beats, and a well stocked snack selection -what’s life without balance?) This often means getting into the trenches and taking a more […]

Don’t Stop Job Searching in December! 3 Reasons Why

Don’t Stop Job Searching in December! 3 Reasons Why

Posted by on Dec 12, 2018

We hear it every December– “I’m winding down my job hunt during the holidays because hiring is slow, and companies are closing their books.” -Average Candidate Should you though? Yes, it’s Q4, and some companies may adopt this old adage, but here are 3 reasons why you should keep on the hunt. 1) Less Competition […]

A (Not as Stereotypical) Guide to Personal Branding

A (Not as Stereotypical) Guide to Personal Branding

Posted by on Jun 19, 2017

Personal branding. You can’t escape it. While it might not be as prolific as Eric’s horrific #FirstSunburnoftheSummer Instagram pics; it’s up there. The order of topics most likely to be on your social media feeds this summer: pictures of Eric’s first sunburn of the season, *insert latest political scandal here*, yet another couple who just […]

A Case for the “Less than Ideal” Candidate

A Case for the “Less than Ideal” Candidate

Posted by on Sep 15, 2016

A Case for the “Less than Ideal” Candidate: Why it can payoff to hire talent that doesn’t know it all…. yet. For many entrepreneurs or small business owners, your business is your baby. You spend countless hours nurturing its healthy growth, sleepless nights worrying about how to pay for it’s needs, and invest infinite amounts […]

Benefits in 2016: A look at Paternity Leave

Benefits in 2016: A look at Paternity Leave

Posted by on Jun 13, 2016

We here at RNG are ever happy to proclaim our “millennial-ness”. We’re a company built by Millennials. We’re always happy to offer our insights as it relates to the millennial culture. We often work with our customers to help them better position themselves for the millennial workforce. Our goal is to help customers not only […]

Boise, betta’ have my money.

Boise, betta’ have my money.

Posted by on Mar 17, 2016

Rihanna said it best, it’s all about that money, money, moneyyy. If you’re like sixty-percent of your millennial counterparts, you probably don’t get a giddy feeling when thinking about the concept of salary negotiation. Sure, you probably have a number in your head when you think of how much you think your time is worth, […]

Goal Setting in the New Year

Goal Setting in the New Year

Posted by on Jan 5, 2016

Goals. One day I’d like to live like Oprah Winfrey; there, I said it. Oprah Winfrey is the epitome of #goals. I want to be so set that I vacation in Ibiza with my BFF and have no qualms about ordering room service or spending an extra day on our luxurious yacht. However, after a […]

The Value of Internships

The Value of Internships

Posted by on Dec 4, 2015

Internships, paid or not, add to your resume, increase your skill-set, and boost your overall assurance that you’ll actually have an idea of what you’re doing once you’ve got your degree in hand. College. It’s all fun and games (and unhealthy amounts of caffeine, a ridiculously busy schedule, late night study sessions, and stressing about […]

RNG’s Business Philosophy: Networking vs. Headhunting

RNG’s Business Philosophy: Networking vs. Headhunting

Posted by on Sep 9, 2015

Over the course of the last few months, we’ve often been referred to as  “headhunters” and as I sit here today, I still struggle with the correct answer to that question. In the most traditional and direct light, yes, I do suppose that we are in fact,  a “headhunter”. We hunt for talent to fill […]