Five Questions with Dan Freeman, Data Analyst

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We talk regularly about the many advantages of being a Queen consultant. But don’t just take our word for it. Some of our current and former consultants have agreed to share their experiences with us. Today we talk with Data Analyst Dan Freeman, who started as a Queen consultant before being hired full-time by our… Read more »

Let’s Learn About LinkedIn

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We’ve talked about how much we value LinkedIn in previous blogs, but we’ve only scratched the surface on everything this site can do for you. Today, we’d like to talk about how LinkedIn can help you maximize your career.   A Perfect Profile of You Creating a personal profile is the first thing everyone does… Read more »

A Day in the Life of a Queen Consultant

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Five Questions with Back Up Engineer, Karl Lauger We talk regularly about the many advantages of being a Queen consultant. But don’t just take our word for it. Some of our current and former consultants have agreed to share their experiences with us over the coming weeks. First up is Karl Lauger, who graciously took… Read more »

Recruiting in 2020

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In an ever-changing job market, staffing firms need to stay ahead of the curve and have their finger on the pulse of the latest hiring trends and recruiting technology.  The team at QCG works tirelessly to use the latest industry tools and hone their ability to change gears quickly to stay in step with the… Read more »

The Dos and Don’ts of Partnering with a Recruiting Company

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Working with a recruiter to help you find your next contract or contract-to-hire position can be incredibly beneficial. Recruiters have the amazing opportunity to help find candidates for positions that people wouldn’t know about without them. But if this is your first time working with a recruiter, you might not know all the etiquette behind… Read more »

Job Hunting Tips

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5 Fantastic Job-Searching Tips In our last blog post, we talked about how to nail your online or phone interview. But what if you’re having trouble finding a job in the first place? This week we’re offering tips on making the most out of your job-hunting experience. Rewrite Your Resume First impressions are everything, and… Read more »

Remote Interviewing

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How To Ace A Phone Or Video Interview How pleased were you to learn that companies are still interviewing right now? Even better, they want to interview you! But it’s not going to be in person. Yes, companies are shifting their interview strategies to utilize video technology. We don’t want you to miss out on… Read more »

Here’s How to Deal With Millennials in the Workplace – If You Aren’t One

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The number of millennials entering the IT industry is growing by the day. While this generation of professionals is contributing new and creative ways of thinking, they are also ushering in new attitudes, new modes of working, and new value systems. For those of us working in IT who are not millennials, this brings us… Read more »

Feeling Burned out at Work? Here Are the Signs.

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If you’ve ever experienced “burnout” at work – long periods of exhaustion, tension or difficulty focusing – you’re not alone. A recent Gallup poll found that 23% of 7,500 full-time employees reported feeling constantly burned out at work. So, don’t beat yourself up the next time you’re having a hard time keeping up at work. There is a nationwide burnout epidemic, and it’s… Read more »

5 IT Blogs That You Should be Reading

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    The IT space is continually changing and fast-paced. To remain relevant, you need to be “in the know” about up-and-coming technologies. We have compiled the following list of the top 5 IT blogs that, if they are not already on your radar, they should be. TechCrunch If you are pressed for time, opt… Read more »