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Why Finding Great Candidates Isn’t Enough

Posted by Robin Shartzer

The recruiting function is one that if often misunderstood and as a result, treated with a vendor-like attitude rather than a business partnership. Let’s be real here, very few recruiters would say working with the hiring manager is the favorite part of their job. 

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Career Insights: How to Work for a Box Office Hit Movie

Posted by Jacquilla Hooper

Gone are the days where a team of 100 people could churn out a box office hit. Take Gone with the Wind for example. This 1939 box office hit was the #1 grossing movie of its time; which when adjusted for inflation, accounts to $3 Billion.. 

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Recruiting Creative Talent and Making the Placement

Posted by Amanda Brown

It's no secret that companies value talent and creativity. Employees that are encouraged and empowered to express themselves net companies substantive results like improved technology and intellectual property through increased innovation. This in turn, of course, allows companies to be more competitive. So, how can creative talent be attracted? 

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How Eruptive Technology has Changed Media & Entertainment

Posted by Monica Lucero

It's all the talk these days about "disruptive technologies", but if you ask me as someone who has been part of the Media and Entertainment staffing industry for over 17 years, I see technology as being more "eruptive" than disruptive; especially when it comes to increasing your talent pipeline. But without leveraging these new systems and technologies, you'll likely be left in the dust. 

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