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Contract staffing is no longer just for the unemployed. Talent is choosing the contract lifestyle to gain broader experience, develop diverse relationships, get paid for working overtime, travel and see the world, and much more!

Top 3 Most Common Contract Job Requests:
  • Relativity Project Managers
  • Incident Responders/Forensic Examiners
  • Data Processing Analysts
Wednesday, 18 July, 2018
TRU Tips

There is a process to exiting one job and starting another. Shortcutting that process often leads to unexpected issues arising and unexpected consequences.

Top 3 Steps (In Order) To Follow When Receiving A Job Offer
  • Read, negotiate (if necessary), accept verbally and sign the written offer, and set a tentative start date.
  • Consent to and pass a background, reference, and possibly drug check.
  • Confirm a start date and then give notice.
Wednesday, 11 July, 2018
TRU Tips

A recruiter cannot control human behavior, but a good one will do everything they can to shape it.

Top 3 Questions TRU CEO Jared Coseglia Asks Potential New TRU Hires
  • What is your understanding of the job and why would you excel in it?
  • Why do you want the job?
  • What questions do you have for me?
Thursday, 05 July, 2018
Publications
TRU Staffing Partners Q2 2018 Newsletter

We’re halfway through 2018—and already, it has been quite a year of change! TRU is committed not just to finding you talent or getting you a job, but also to serving as your agent and attaché to continued education and training so you can evolve and compete in today’s cybersecurity, e-discovery, and privacy professions! TRU delivered a massive amount of content to the community in Q2 2018 including vast coverage and analysis of certification value, exposure of shocking trends in today’s job market, and a deep dive into the unique culture and vision behind TRU representation. Refresh and review Q2 2018!

TRU Staffing Partners Q2 2018 Newsletter

Friday, 29 June, 2018
TRU Tips

“Whether in your professional life or your personal life, a mentor-mentee relationship is one of the most important relationships you will have. No matter how successful you become, you can always learn more.” –Robert Herjavec, Founder of Herjavec Group, Shark on ABC’s Shark Tank, Bestselling Author

Top 3 Myths About Mentorship
  • Myth #1: You should formally request a mentor relationship. Instead, take a keen interest in the mentor and validate that individual. Ask questions, listen, engage.
  • Myth #2: Your mentor should be outside your current organization or above you on the pay scale. The truth is, if you’re leveraging the relationship for guidance and learning, a difference in pay scale does not matter.
  • Myth #3: You’re going to have one mentor—forever! On the contrary, as you progress in your career, you will learn from different people in your life.

Courtesy of Robert Herjavec, Founder of Herjavec Group, Shark on ABC’s Shark Tank, and Bestselling Author. Read his full article here.

Wednesday, 27 June, 2018
Publications
The 3 R's for Surviving the Security Skills Shortage

Want to know how to recruit, retrain, and retain cybersecurity talent? TRU CEO Jared Coseglia shared his insight on how companies can help close the cyber skills gap in DARKReading’sThe 3 R's for Surviving the Security Skills Shortage,” along with other leaders in the cybersecurity industry.

Jared Coseglia quoted in DARKReading

Wednesday, 27 June, 2018
Events
The 2018 State of the Industry: e-Discovery, Cybersecurity (and Privacy)

TRU CEO Jared Coseglia will be presenting "The 2018 State of the Industry: e-Discovery, Cybersecurity (and Privacy)" as a part of the ACEDS summer school on Tuesday, June 26 from 1:00-2:00pm ET. This webinar will discuss industry hiring trends and strategies for career and staffing success in e-discovery, cybersecurity, and privacy. It will cover a variety of topics, supported by market data and research to quantify observations, and provide recommendations for employee and employer success. If you missed out on the presentation, click here to view the recording!

Tuesday, 26 June, 2018
TRU Tips

"Trying to be good at everything is the best way to be mediocre at everything.” –Paul Allen, Ancestry.com and Strengths, Inc. founder

Top 3 Ways To Unlock Success In Your Team Through A Strengths-Based Culture
  • Value people. Treat people as assets to help achieve your vision, not as liabilities to protect against.
  • Manage weaknesses. Understand the weak spots in your employees, and help them build up those skills or work around them.
  • Focus on strengths. Acknowledging natural talents and assigning work accordingly leads to increased employee confidence and better outcomes for the business.

Courtesy of Strengths, Inc. and Ancestry.com founder Paul Allen’s Keynote at Engage 2018

Wednesday, 20 June, 2018
Publications
Mid-career Decision Point: New IT Certifications?

Want to find out which formal training and certifications to pursue in key technologies to prove you’re staying on top of the game? TRU CEO Jared Coseglia shared his thoughts in InformationWeek’sMid-career Decision Point: New IT Certifications?

Jared Coseglia quoted in InformationWeek

Wednesday, 20 June, 2018