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  • Set your Expectations when Working with a Recruiter

    After reading a few articles on the difference between bad recruiters and awesome recruiters, I wanted to write about what you should TRULY expect from a recruiter. The relationship between you and the recruiter is as valuable as the opportunity you are focusing on. Know what to expect to keep control of your career path. […]

  • Take Advantage of Interview Opportunities

    Taking advantage of Opportunity Have you ever awoke from a slumber and found yourself in a job interview? Yeah, me neither. My point is that going on a job interview is an intended, purposeful act. For most, our jobs are our primary means of financially supporting families and ourselves. Our careers require a great deal […]

  • Become an IT Superhero

    Can you imagine yourself with superpowers? I am sure we all have in the past. But there’s something to be said about striving to be “SUPER”. We certainly have a vast amount of information at our fingertips – mentors and other resources that can help us all grow professionally. Do you know WHY it would […]

  • Do You Chunk?

    Don’t flunk your day. “Chunk” it instead. I’m a guy who is constantly “on the go.” In fact most mornings, no matter how early I get up, I’m usually brushing my teeth while the shower is running, doing a load of laundry, and checking emails. The funny thing is, these tasks are simple. They don’t […]

  • The Social Age: How Your Picture Impacts Your Job Search

    We are living in the social age; a world where social technology provides us with countless portals of access to our friends, families, businesses, and communities. Every hour of every day, my iPhone alerts me of a Facebook notification, a tweet, a comment on an Instagram photo, or someone reaching out to connect on linked […]

  • Inspiration

    -Believe you can and you’re halfway there. –Theodore Roosevelt -Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve. –Napoleon Hill -Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can….and Click IT will help you the rest of the way! -The way to get started is to quit talking and […]

  • Our Favorite Staffing Pro Answers Some Questions

    CLICK IT would like to introduce you to Michael Boone, our Investor and Advisor. With nearly 40 years of leadership experience in the staffing industry, Mr. Boone has led 12 staffing companies across the country. How did you get started in the staffing industry? I started in the staffing industry in 1964 with Kelly Girl. […]

  • Tips From CLICK

    1.Most college career centers have counselors to help soon to be graduates practice their interviewing skills. Utilize all of your resources! 2.If you have interviewed for a job, it is important to follow up with the employer. Be proactive in your job search! Even send thank you notes!

  • Another Reason To Choose CLICK IT

    A whopping percentage of companies have admitted “bad hires” have cost them up to $50,000 a year. At CLICK IT, we take the time to find the perfect fit for your job needs. We get to know your needs first, then find candidates who fit into that description. Let us help you save time and […]

  • A relationship-driven IT Firm, by our own Steve Smith

    The Relationship Driven Firm – What does this mean anyway? I’ve been in the IT staffing services business for almost 15 years and in that time frame, I can think of a few words that seem to be overused or thrown out with reckless abandon. Relationship and Partnership are two of those words that come […]

  • Meet Our President

    President of CLICK IT Staffing, Sam Smith, took the time to answer some questions about the staffing industry. How did you get started in the staffing industry? A high school friend introduced me to the staffing industry in 1991. Do you feel the industry has grown since you got started over 20 years ago? The […]

  • Did You Know?

    A Little History Lesson According to research, the IT recruiting industry that we are familiar with today did not form until the 1940’s as a result of WWII. Temporary staffing firms began to call for workers to fill the void in the workplace left by those who joined the military. After the war, recruitment agencies […]