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Hirewell may have started as an IT staffing firm, but we now also provide outsourced recruiting for HR, sales, marketing and digital to organizations of all sizes.

Every quarter, we update our contacts with industry and company news as well as the top jobs we're recruiting for currently. Take a look at our latest newsletter and sign up to receive this alert right to your inbox! 

Adam Fingerhut,Vice President - IT Recruiting

It’s a very exciting time to be recruiting for the tech industry. The demand for software engineers/developers is incredibly high - I’ve personally helped 30+ candidates find new jobs this year and there are still openings on many of our clients’ teams yet to fill.

Matt Massucci, Managing Partner and Co-Founder

Attracting and retaining top talent is almost always the difference maker between success and failure, sluggish or rapid growth and ultimately good and great companies. Like most start-ups, you will likely need to provide equity as part of the compensation package since cash can be scarce during the early days. But how much is enough? Although there is not a cookie-cutter answer, the practices described below can help you define your strategy.

You wrote a perfect job description, interviewed excellent candidates and are ready to extend a job offer to the top contender. If you think this is the easy part, seasoned managers and recruiters will tell you otherwise.

Hirewell's co-founder Matthew Massucci recently talked to Crain's about how to retain talent. Check out his advice below:

October 03, 2015 By: Monica Ginsburg

You've made the right hires; now you need to keep them. Here are five suggestions from experienced business owners.

MEET EXPECTATIONS

We are thrilled to announce the completion of our front office renovations at our new space! Our new digs allow us to better serve our clients and grow as a company. Pop into 200 W. Jackson, Suite 1700 to check out our new home and let us know of any hiring challenges you are facing.

For the first time ever, Generation Y (those between 20 and 34-years old) surpassed the older Generation X to become the largest share of the American workforce, according to the Pew Research Center.

If you are having trouble recruiting the younger workforce, you are not alone. More than 50 percent of companies reported they struggle to find and retain Millennial (a.k.a. Generation Y) employees, according to a recent survey.

You nailed the interview and now it’s time to present your references. Some companies will use your references briefly, like to confirm that the positions and dates in your work history are accurate, while others may dive into a deep conversation about your skills and performance. Since you don’t know which path your future employer will take, you must adequately prepare. Be sure not to trip up this close to the finish line with these tips:

Who to choose:

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