The TRU Staffing Partners Hot Jobs newsletter provides readers with a weekly tip for our professionals and hiring managers in the data privacy, ediscovery, and cybersecurity spaces. With more than 12 years of experience in staffing and recruiting for our industries, our TRU Tips are relevant and crucial for anyone hiring or job hunting in our communities.
August 3rd, 2022
Thanks to the pandemic and the seismic shift to virtual workspaces, businesses are hunting for data privacy talent at every level right now.
Top 3 most common types of privacy program stages in business:
The "Builder": Small company, may be just hiring their first privacy team member.
The "Grower": Already established privacy team, looking to bring on added value to the business.
The "Maintainer": Businesses that already have a long-established privacy team and are focused on sustaining compliance and updating policies.
August 10th, 2022
National Business Employment Weekly says that an estimated 89% of employees who accept a counteroffer are no longer at that job six months later, and 50% are back searching for jobs within 60 days of accepting a counter.
Top 3 tips on what to do when you receive a counteroffer:
Proactively decline counteroffers: Let your employer know when you quit that you will not consider counters.
Make a "quit list": Before you quit, list all of the reasons you are leaving your job and all of the reasons you are looking forward to your new job. If you receive a counteroffer, keep this list handy and use it to remind yourself that it's not just about the money.
Don't look back: Close out your old job professionally, but focus on the new job that's ahead of you and get ready for your fresh start, without regret.
August 17th, 2022
TRU regularly places ediscovery project managers at law firms at base compensation of $150 to $200K. Hiring managers are placing a premium on the time, effort, energy, and efficiency of what they do based on their expertise.
Top 3 tips on how to grow in the ediscovery industry:
Be great at retaining reviewers. Be someone people want to work for.
Be great at evaluating metrics. You need skills in reporting, analytics, and articulating the forest for the trees.