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WinterWyman is one of the Northeast’s most recognized talent acquisition firms providing contract staffing, direct hire and executive search services in the areas of Accounting & Finance, Human Resources and Technology. Headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, we've been helping leading organizations and emerging businesses find top talent for over 40 years.

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SKILL SHORTAGE OR INEFFECTIVE HIRING

WinterWyman | November 12, 2014

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Employers need to “remove their perfection goggles,” McLaughlin writes. Insisting on finding the perfect candidate “not only hurts the business but also heaps extra work on the existing team. Delays also turn off qualified candidates, who assume that if a slot is open too long it's like an unsold house that has ‘issues.’ ” Tracy Cashman of the WinterWyman search firm near Boston suggests that employers try something new. She recommends the “best avai...

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THE IT TALENT SHORTAGE DEBATE

WinterWyman | November 03, 2014

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Which brings us back to the question: Is there an IT talent crunch? It's a simple question with no simple answer. InformationWeek asked the IT community: Do you see an IT talent shortage today in one or more technology areas important to your business? Yes, said 73% of respondents at companies with fewer than 1,000 employees, and a whopping 88% of respondents at larger companies. But is a botched hiring process aggravating this talent shortfall? Business technologists are sharply divi...

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HOW COMPANIES FIGHT TO OFFER MORE THAN MONEY

WinterWyman | March 31, 2015

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Doug Schade, a technology recruiter for WinterWyman, said perks like the ones Waber lists are especially common in the startup sector where new hires can help build a company’s culture from the ground up.“A small startup could be just three to four people in a room trying to figure out the best work style,’’ he said. “The startup space is an incubator for new benefit ideas, like beers on tap, a game room, or ping pong tables.’’Schade also sees companies ...

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CORPORATE RECRUITERS SCORE HIGHEST IN JOB SATISFACTION, GLASSDOOR REPORTS

Glassdoor | January 15, 2020

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Corporate recruiters have the highest job satisfaction of any other position on Glassdoor's list of 50 Best Jobs in America for 2020. The rankings are based on a combination of satisfaction, available opportunities and salary. Based on Glassdoor data, corporate recruiters make a median base salary of $65,607; that, combined with openings and satisfaction put the job in the list's No. 37 spot. HR managers ranked higher overall, earning the No. 12 spot with a salary of $83,190 and more job...

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SKILL SHORTAGE OR INEFFECTIVE HIRING

WinterWyman | November 12, 2014

Employers need to “remove their perfection goggles,” McLaughlin writes. Insisting on finding the perfect candidate “not only hurts the business but also heaps extra work on the existing team. Delays also turn off qualified candidates, who assume that if a slot is open too long it's like an unsold house that has ‘issues.’ ” Tracy Cashman of the WinterWyman search firm near Boston suggests that employers try something new. She recommends the “best avai...

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THE IT TALENT SHORTAGE DEBATE

WinterWyman | November 03, 2014

Which brings us back to the question: Is there an IT talent crunch? It's a simple question with no simple answer. InformationWeek asked the IT community: Do you see an IT talent shortage today in one or more technology areas important to your business? Yes, said 73% of respondents at companies with fewer than 1,000 employees, and a whopping 88% of respondents at larger companies. But is a botched hiring process aggravating this talent shortfall? Business technologists are sharply divi...

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HOW COMPANIES FIGHT TO OFFER MORE THAN MONEY

WinterWyman | March 31, 2015

Doug Schade, a technology recruiter for WinterWyman, said perks like the ones Waber lists are especially common in the startup sector where new hires can help build a company’s culture from the ground up.“A small startup could be just three to four people in a room trying to figure out the best work style,’’ he said. “The startup space is an incubator for new benefit ideas, like beers on tap, a game room, or ping pong tables.’’Schade also sees companies ...

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CORPORATE RECRUITERS SCORE HIGHEST IN JOB SATISFACTION, GLASSDOOR REPORTS

Glassdoor | January 15, 2020

Corporate recruiters have the highest job satisfaction of any other position on Glassdoor's list of 50 Best Jobs in America for 2020. The rankings are based on a combination of satisfaction, available opportunities and salary. Based on Glassdoor data, corporate recruiters make a median base salary of $65,607; that, combined with openings and satisfaction put the job in the list's No. 37 spot. HR managers ranked higher overall, earning the No. 12 spot with a salary of $83,190 and more job...

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