At Dennis Partners, we know regulatory recruiting. We are committed to creating and maintaining partnerships with our clients while upholding the highest standards of professionalism and ethics. Our team interacts within the marketplace on a daily basis, giving us the ability to locate, screen, and recommend exceptional individuals to your firm. We know how to identify the top performers. Our strength is partnering with you and your business to develop a solution and meet demands for growth while improving efficiency. Let our advanced expertise find the top professionals in the industry to provide a competitive edge to your company.
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Dennis Partner’s focus on only regulatory affairs searches gives them a very good sense of the market, the available talent, and who matches the role. They worked with us diligently to find the right candidate and we ended up making an exceptional hire.
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In speaking daily with candidates who are either well into the job-hunting process or just starting to think about their next career move, I keep running into a reoccurring theme of not knowing when to utilize a recruiter or just apply online. After listening to concerns and getting a better understanding of their circumstances,[…]
The U.S. closed out 2016 with a solid jobs report that included record-high wage growth. The country added 156,000 jobs in December, down from 204,000 in November, according to data released today by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The BLS revised the November gains from the previously reported figure of 178,000. Bloomberg economists had[…]
As we move towards the 2020 workforce, companies face an interesting demographic dynamic in terms of talent acquisition – a workforce comprised of Millennials, Gen Xers, Baby Boomers and Traditionalists. While each of these groups has their own generational differences, the most notable are the expectations and approaches to work from Millennials, who are projected[…]
A Tip – The beginning of the new year is an excellent time to review and update your resume. Doing this annually makes it easier to recall and highlight relevant career information. When going through this exercise, take the time to make note of your career goals and how your current role matches your plan. If you’re[…]
As part of the interviewing process, be prepared to be invited to a breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Remember, this is still an interview, even though you are in a social setting you need to remain composed and professional. Interviewing outside of the traditional office setting provides the hiring manager an opportunity to observe your communication[…]
Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that U.S. unemployment reached a record-breaking low in November 2016, with professional and business services leading the job gains. The positive report makes it likely that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates at its December meeting. Unemployment reaches new low The unemployment rate in the U.S.[…]
Successful businesses adapt to new market demands, the changing workforce and ever-evolving technology. They have to – companies that don’t adapt fail. Understanding the trends that are driving change, creating talent challenges, and offering potential solutions can help pave the way to adaptability and success. Many of the workplace trends prevalent in 2016, such as[…]
A Tip – One simple way to shine during the interviewing process is to set up news alerts or feeds on the company you are interviewing with. Why is this such a great idea? For a few minutes of groundwork, you can have instantaneous news. You can email the hiring manager stating you saw the[…]
Has 3pm hit and you’re asking yourself, “Where did the day go?” You’ve only gotten halfway through your plan and you’re wondering how this is possible when you carefully planned your daily goals ahead of time. Everything that needed to be done was prioritized and yet something has robbed valuable hours from your day. […]
One month ahead of the December meeting of the Federal Reserve and just four days before the U.S. presidential election, the employment report for October looked stable. Though the jobs report came in just below expectations, it held steady adding 161,000 nonfarm roles, according to the October Employment Situation released by the U.S. Bureau of[…]