Help Me, Help You

Posted on: 05-17-2017, by

As an external Recruiter, there is nothing more frustrating than lack of feedback from clients. General lack of communication in all areas is annoying, but to not receive constructive feedback or worse – to get zero feedback post-interview is the chief grievance of all grievances. First of all, you are making it really difficult for Read More…

The 3 Keys to Success

Posted on: 03-19-2017, by

I got caught up reading another “These are the 5 things successful people do daily” types of articles today. I fall for it nearly every time. Yesterday it was “All successful Entrepreneurs share these 7 things.” Every time I finish one of these articles or blogs I think only one thing – bullshit. It’s such Read More…

D’you Know Juno? – Jesse Brooks

Posted on: 11-08-2016, by

Name:  Jesse Brooks Nickname:  Some people call me JB, some people call me Jess, some people call me Jesse James. To be safe just call me Jesse. Position @ Juno:  Talent Associate, IT Division If you weren’t a Recruiter, what would you be? A jet setter, can’t spend too much time in one place. Favorite Read More…

D’you Know Juno? – Sarah Herrmann

Posted on: 11-07-2016, by

Name: Sarah Herrmann Nickname: Don’t really have one… Position @ Juno: Director of IT Division If you weren’t a Recruiter, what would you be? Dancer/Choreographer Favorite thing about Philadelphia? Everything! The food, culture, history, sports teams, accessibility (when Septa isn’t falling apart) … Do you have any secret skills? Maybe… If you were a TV Read More…

D’you Know Juno? – Jesse Headman

Posted on: 11-04-2016, by

Name:  Jesse Headman Nickname:  Jess Position @ Juno:  Talent Manager, Administrative Support Division If you weren’t a Recruiter, what would you be? I do love sheep so a Shepherd (just kidding), but I actually love being a Recruiter. Favorite thing about Philadelphia? That the city is walkable, especially walking through the Rittenhouse Square area. Also, Read More…

D’you Know Juno? – Samantha Schiff

Posted on: 11-03-2016, by

Name: Samantha Schiff Nickname: Schiffy Position @ Juno: Talent Manager, Human Resources Division If you weren’t a Recruiter, what would you be?  Celebrity Chef and Food Critic on the Food Network Favorite thing about Philadelphia?  Restaurant week, being a Philadelphia sports fan and sitting outside of a restaurant in Rittenhouse Square with a cheese board Read More…

D’you Know Juno? – Patrick Masluk

Posted on: 11-02-2016, by

Name:  Patrick Masluk Nickname:  Pat or Maz Position @ Juno.:  The Intern If you weren’t a Recruiter, what would you be?  A politician Favorite thing about Philadelphia?  Fly Eagles Fly baby Do you have any secret skills?  I play the Saxophone If you were a TV or movie character, who would you be?  Is this even Read More…

D’you Know Juno? – Julie Kron

Posted on: 11-01-2016, by

Name:  Julie Kron Nickname:  Kron…and variations of (LeKron James, Kron Swanson, Kron Solo…you get the idea) Position @ Juno:  Director, Operations If you weren’t a Recruiter, what would you be? Forensic entomologist  Favorite thing about Philadelphia?  SEPTA    …I kid.  I love Philly’s skyline and the Flyers. Do you have any secret skills?  Side crow Read More…

D’you Know Juno? – Mikal C. Harden

Posted on: 10-31-2016, by

Name: Mikal C. Harden Nickname: Bub (but only in Berks County). Position @ Juno: Chief Fun Officer If you weren’t a Recruiter, what would you be? NFL Coach (a girl can dream)… Favorite thing about Philadelphia? The concert venues Do you have any secret skills? Yes If you were a TV or movie character, who Read More…

D’you Know Juno? – Vicki Sack

Posted on: 10-28-2016, by

Name: Vicki Sack Nickname:  Vic Position @ Juno:  Co-founder and Partner If you weren’t a Recruiter, what would you be? Broadway star Favorite thing about Philadelphia? Restaurants, history and walkability Do you have any secret skills? Singing and I give a great manicure. If you were a TV or movie character, who would you be? Read More…

D’you Know Juno? – Tori Mitchell

Posted on: 10-27-2016, by

Name: Tori Mitchell Nickname: T-Mitch Position @ Juno: Recruitment Director If you weren’t a Recruiter, what would you be? A vet or running a non-profit that saves animals Favorite thing about Philadelphia?  The food Do you have any secret skills? Axe throwing champion, foosball champion and cat whisper If you were a TV or movie character, who would Read More…

D’you Know Juno? – Jared Brookstein

Posted on: 10-26-2016, by

Name: Jared Brookstein  Nickname: Big J  Position @ Juno: Director, Accounting, Finance and Operations Division If you weren’t a Recruiter, what would you be? Hockey Player or Hockey Coach  Favorite thing about Philadelphia? The history  Do you have any secret skills? I am a great cook If you were a TV or movie character, who would you be? Read More…

Introducing ChickTech Philadelphia!

Posted on: 10-07-2016, by

I recently joined the nonprofit, ChickTech as the Communications Director for their brand new Philadelphia Chapter and we are hosing our first even on October 13 at Benjamin’s Desk! ChickTech, a 403(B) nonprofit, was founded in 2011 in Portland, Oregon by Janice Levenhagen-Seeley with the mission to retain women in the technology workforce and increase the Read More…

KILL THE 9 – 5

Posted on: 10-05-2016, by

The 30-hour work week, the four-day work week, the six-hour day, Sweden is doing this, France is doing that, unlimited PTO is amazing, unlimited PTO doesn’t work, people who wake up early are more productive…I read blog upon blog from those who think they have it all figured out. They profess having dissected how to Read More…

Can’t Wait to Meet You!

Posted on: 06-06-2016, by

We live in a world of emails and texts, talking to friends through Facebook instead of on the phone, emailing our co-workers who sit two cubes away.   As the mother of a teenage girl, I only see this becoming more prevalent. When I was a teenager, after spending all day at school with my friends, Read More…

Why Can’t We Be Friends?

Posted on: 05-10-2016, by

This month marks my tenth year as an Agency Recruiter and over half of that ten has been running Juno Search Partners, which my business partner and I co-founded in September of 2010. Some would say I was aggressive in the timing of hanging my own shingle, I really didn’t have much experience under my belt Read More…

Not Looking For a Job? Juno Can Help

Posted on: 05-04-2016, by

Juno connects professionals with the roles of their dreams, even when they aren’t looking for opportunities. Jessica Choi, Assistant Vice President of Talent Acquisition and Diversity for The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, shares her experience with Juno.   How did you connect with Vicki? I received an outreach call from Vicki. When I asked Read More…

Employee Wellness Infographic: Balancing the Top 5 Components

Posted on: 04-26-2016, by

Employee wellness has a significant impact on a company’s productivity and revenue. Though many organizations have instituted wellness programs, some aren’t paying wellness the attention it deserves.

Why Having the Right Recruiter is Like Having a Friend on Your Side

Posted on: 03-24-2016, by

Ian Stewart is a very happy Senior Front End Engineer, who was contacted about his current role at NUIX by Juno’s Sarah Herrmann and Jesse Brooks. We’re grateful to Ian for reflecting on his experience working with us!   How did you connect with Sarah and Jesse? Jesse messaged me on LinkedIn. His message was Read More…

Recruiting 101: Minimizing the Learning Curve

Posted on: 03-11-2016, by

I joined Juno in November 2015 with little knowledge of how to be a recruiter or how the staffing industry works. Over the last couple months, I have been reading articles and figuring out new ways to improve my interviewing, recruiting, and sourcing style to find better candidates. I recently participated in a webinar on LinkedIn Read More…

The time for networking is NOW!

Posted on: 03-07-2016, by

I am a networker both by personality and profession. I am a connector of people. I have varying groups of social circles and professional networks. I enjoy my colleagues (even after hours!), I love attending work events at night, and I’m always entertaining at home. Nothing pleases me more than having a drink or two with someone new Read More…

NO, you don’t understand!

Posted on: 02-18-2016, by

A common theme in my office and amongst Recruiters in general is just how busy and stressed we are at all times. We really feel like you couldn’t possibly understand, it’s barely even worth trying to describe. Busy is the new black. It’s cool to be busy all the time – busier than anyone else. Read More…

Working With a Recruiter as a Client and as a Candidate

Posted on: 02-08-2016, by

Juno has had the opportunity to work with many individuals both as candidates and as clients. We were thrilled that Bernadette Horvat, the Executive Director of Human Resources and Workplace Operations at the Coriell Institute for Medical Research, was willing to reflect on her experience with us.   How did you connect with Vicki and Read More…

Why You Should Move to Philly and Study Computer Science

Posted on: 01-29-2016, by

When it comes to choosing a college major, many people struggle. Thinking about what you want to do for the rest of your life at 18 years old is daunting. At 18 I had no real idea of what the “rest of my life” looked like. Somehow I ended up in the world of IT Read More…

Diversity in the Workplace

Posted on: 01-27-2016, by

I recently attended a networking event and had the opportunity to listen to Katina Sawyer speak on diversity in the workplace. I learned so much from her and was so inspired that I thought I would share some of the stuff I learned with you. First, a little background about Katina. Katina is an Assistant Read More…

Why Philly’s Tech Scene is Right For Philly

Posted on: 10-26-2015, by

“Philadelphia is not Silicon Valley …and we shouldn’t’ try to be.” That quote from Juliana Reyes of Technical.ly Philly sums up an important and valuable perspective on a rapidly growing industry in our region. Within the city of Philadelphia, a rising number of start-ups and entrepreneurs are creating technology that changes the way people and Read More…

The College Grad Perspective

Posted on: 10-05-2015, by

We think being in college categorizes us as being adults and that we’re in the ‘real’ world. Well, as I have come to find out, that is completely false. What I thought was so important in college in preparation for my post grad life is not necessarily the case. Now don’t get me wrong, college Read More…

The Change of a Job: Reflecting on My First Year with Juno and What I Learned About Taking Risks & Pushing Yourself

Posted on: 09-24-2015, by

As I come to my one-year anniversary at Juno Search Partners, I thought it was a good time to reflect on my first year here and look at what I learned (and gained) by taking the risk of starting a new business and changing jobs. August of last year was a super stressful month for Read More…

Juno Search Partners makes the Philadelphia 100®!

Posted on: 09-16-2015, by

The Entrepreneur’s Forum of Greater Philadelphia started the Philadelphia 100® 27 years ago to bring recognition to the region and award the fastest-growing, privately-held businesses in the greater Philadelphia area. Juno Search Partners is very proud to announce our place on the Philadelphia 100® for the second consecutive year! To be recognized as one of the Read More…

Times They Are A-Changin’…

Posted on: 08-10-2015, by

As Recruiters, we tend to keep our finger on the pulse of the economy and unemployment rate – it’s critical for us as we try to manage changes in our business month-to-month. We place candidates in permanent, contract, and temporary roles – one goes up, the other goes down. The demand for temporary and contract Read More…