The Benefits of Using Headhunters in the DC Area

on Jun 27, 2016 in Business

There are many businesses and companies in today’s society who are in search of a qualified candidate to fill a specific position that the company has available and needs to be filled. What a lot of those company’s elect to do to fill a specific executive position is use a Headhunter who has experience in helping employers find a great match in order to fill these positions. It is usually a manager or someone who works in the company’s Human Resources department that draws up a specific description, describing what type of candidate that the company is seeking to fill the available position. In this description the manager or HR professional will usually include the type of skills they are seeking from a qualified candidate both hard and soft skills. In this description they will also describe the type of personality they are looking for in a candidate with hopes of finding someone who will fit well with their company or organization. After being given the description of what type of candidate the company is looking for, a headhunter will then begin immediately searching for an exact match to the description they have been given. The whole purpose of hiring a headhunter is to make the process of finding the exact type of candidate a smooth and swift process and not to complicate it. A potential candidate should not take rejection personal if they do not receive a call regardless of how great their background is. It is more about the Headhunter being given specific guidelines to go by when searching for the exact match of the type of candidate a company is looking for. In some cases an HR representative could make the hire themselves but it could be that they just do not have the time to do an extensive search for the specific candidate that the company is looking for, so they elect to go the route of hiring a Headhunter. Cameron Stehle is a Contract Engineering Recruiter at Aerotek in the Washington D.C. Metro Area. Stehle studied and graduated at the University of South Carolina-Columbia and besides working as an Engineering Recruiter he has also worked as a College Financial Represntative as well. Another great Headhunter in the DC area is Nels...

The Building That Is New York

on Jun 27, 2016 in Architecture

If planning a trip to the Big Apple, no visit would be complete without a visit to what some may consider the most iconic building not only in the United States, but one of the most iconic buildings in the world. The Empire State Building stands as a symbol of ingenuity and strength from the backs that built it in 1931. The Empire State Building also has appeared in countless movie films and television shows. Unique Features Built during a time of competition, the Empire State Building stands at 1,454 feet if including the antennae which shoots like a spire toward space, however, the roof height only reaches 1,250 feet. When it was completed in 1931 it was the tallest building in the world, and it stood that way for over 40 years. When it was built, the investment group competed with the Chrysler group who worked on making the Chrysler building the tallest in the world, but in the end the Empire State Building won the contest. Some unique features of The Empire State Building include: –102 stories -An observation deck to see the whole city -Energy Effeciency -Eco-friendly structure -Named because New York is the Empire State Unique Historical Events When visiting the (ESRT) Empire State Building, a few things to keep in mind is some of the unique historical events that have occurred in, on, or around the building. First of all, the building used 3,400 workers to erect the edifice. In an eerily similar incident reminiscent of 9/11 a small plane crashed into the building in 1945. The accident was a result of poor flying in foggy conditions. Cost of building the Empire State Building in 1931 was just under $41 million. Cost to renovate it in 2011, over $550 million. Who Owns the Empire State Building? A building with so much history and mystery invites visitors from around the world to come visit and reach the 102 floor observation deck to view the world. The Empre State Trust has undergone many renovations, most recently in 2010 where it was made more energy efficient, and brought up to code. But who owns the building? It is owned by Empire State Realty Trust, where Anthony Malkin is chairman and CEO. No trip to New York is complete without a visit to the Empire State...