People Solutions for the Decorative Building Products Industry

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What Gen Y’s Want to See in a Job Ad

0000000 Today’s Gen Y job hunters won’t take time to read your job description until they have a reason to. Yep, job descriptions are just not compelling enough. And Gen Y’s will not take time to polish up their resume’ and apply for your position until you have satisfied their own interests. So forget the […]

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Got Your Game On for #KBIS2015?

0000000      Are you the “star performer”on your sales team week after week, month after month, year after year, in good economic times and in bad?  What behaviors and skills do you demonstrate every day that get you and keep you in that top position? How do you become THE provider that shapes the […]

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Working with #Keercutter – Providing People Solutions for the Decorative Building Products Industry

0000000 Working with Keercutter Part II What if my resume doesn’t present me well? Keercutter will give you feedback on your resume. We will provide a simple outline to follow. If you are in sales – make sure your sales accomplishment in terms of $$$’s or %’s is on your resume. Don’t worry about keeping […]

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Working with Keercutter – Providing people solutions for the decorative building products industry

0000000 Lynn & Brian Kirchgatter Keercutter Agents Working with Keercutter – Part I We specialize in the decorative building products industry, representing companies that manufacture cabinets, countertops, decorative plumbing, tile and flooring. We have a high-end custom kitchen cabinet background, and understand the unique challenges of manufacturers, wholesalers, dealers and candidates in these categories. We […]

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On Their Turf – The F2F #Interview

0000000 Part Three Welcome to the third part of our three-part series on interviews – On Their Turf. As you guessed, this is about the face-to-face interview. We are often are asked how many candidates make it to the face-to-face stage of the hiring process. While it varies by industry, company and role, Carl Sweet […]

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