Author: Mark Schacter

Reading Between the Lines in a Short Job Description

by Mark Schacter on April 16, 2013 in Candidate Job Search, Candidate Selection

 

Java developer; network engineer; oracle DBA – impressive buzz words that convey the technical aspects of a job, but nothing more than this can certainly leave much to the imagination. According to businessdictionary.com, a job specification is a statement of employee characteristics and qualifications that are required for satisfactory performance of defined duties and tasks […]

 

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Start-ups and VC: Is Crowdfunding the Next Big Thing?

by Mark Schacter on March 19, 2012 in General Business

 

I admit it. As a recruiter, I am fascinated with start-ups. In my 14+ years of recruiting experience I have had the pleasure of working with many start-ups. Some have made it to IPO stage, some were acquired by brand-name companies and others, well, weren’t as fortunate. Such is the life of a start-up. Besides […]

 

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