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Who wouldn’t want to walk into this lobby everyday?! Last week some of our team had a fun day visiting the new facility of a favorite client!

Interview? Check. Now it’s time for the follow up thank you email.

 Great points on how to stand out!

Frozen Food Fan? As Sales Rise, Studies Show Frozen Produce Is As Healthy As Fresh    

Dr. Cindra Kamphoff is a popular keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and professor,high performance coach for professional athletes, executives and championship teams around the nation.

If you get a chance check out Cindra Kamphoff, she is an excellent Coach, Speaker and much more. She also works with the MN Vikings! We are all listening/reading her book right now!

How to Stay Relevant in the Work Place

In an increasingly aggressive job market, staying relevant is no longer a choice but a necessity. It’s important to do everything you can to stay competitive.  Employers have increasingly higher expectations of their employees and it is important to stay one … Continue reading

Six Things to Consider About Job References

We are all familiar with the famous tagline that is often used at the bottom of resumes “references provided upon request.”  But, what happens when they are actually requested?  Often times, we find ourselves scrambling to put a list of … Continue reading

Thank you notes

When I receive a  thank you note, whether it is in the mail or electronic it truly one of my favorite things. Not so long ago almost anyone knew how to write a thank you note, so how did we … Continue reading

The Curtis Food Recruiters Philosophy

Our search firm’s unique philosophy has two key benefits not seen in most large search firms. First, we accept only a limited number of engagements from outstanding companies. This allows each client to receive the personalized attention of one of … Continue reading

Creating a Community through Food

Harvest time is one of the best times of year, especially at the farmers market.  This is also a time when my neighbors and I get together to celebrate one of my favorite traditions; Annual Neighborhood Tomato Canning Day.  I … Continue reading

The Local food movement

The local food  movement has been growing in popularity for the last several years.  The term locavore was coined in 2005 to describe someone who prefers that their food come from places closer to home.  In addition to farmer’s markets, there … Continue reading