For the third year in a row Queen Consulting Group volunteered at Pine Street Inn, New England’s largest resource for homeless men and women. Our Connecticut and Boston based teams each spent a day helping to prepare and serve meals, and spread a little holiday cheer by making a donation to the facility and their… Read more »
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Anyone who has been a job seeker in the modern IT industry understands the frustrations that can be a part of the process. Spending hours each day submitting applications that go unanswered and perusing dead-end job postings can leave anyone – even the most seasoned IT professionals – wishing that they had a partner to… Read more »
From all of us at Queen Consulting Group – we wish you all the joys of the season and happiness throughout the coming year!
For the second year in a row, Queen Consulting Group was a proud sponsor of the Boston Kidney Walk, held this year at North Point Park on October 14th. Kidney Walks are held all over the country, and are family-friendly events that support the National Kidney Foundation. To learn more or to get involved in… Read more »
Queen Consulting Group wishes you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!
For the second year in a row, our Boston-based team spent the day volunteering at Pine Street Inn last week, helping to prepare and serve meals at New England’s largest resource for homeless men and women. Per their website: “Pine Street Inn provides a comprehensive range of services, including permanent supportive housing, job training and… Read more »
It is impossible to predict with absolute certainty which questions a hiring manager will ask in an interview. Some questions are asked so often, however, you would be remiss in not preparing answers for them ahead of time. Here are four common interview questions that you’ll most likely be asked. One: “Tell Me About Yourself”… Read more »
Throughout the hiring process, it can be easy to forget that candidates are evaluating you at the same time you are evaluating them. According to a CareerBuilder survey, 42 percent of job seekers who reported a poor candidate experience said they would never apply to that company again, 22 percent indicated they would tell others… Read more »