I have a list on my whiteboard of more than 150 quality companies who for whatever reason just can’t seem to find the right person. Putting you together with them is all about timing, or circumstance, or maybe I misunderstood what you were all about.
Over the last 21 years, I or my staff have interviewed a cumulative 45,000 job seekers. It’s easy but often dangerous to draw random anecdotal conclusions about things like industry wages and why simply from our experience. Ideally, we would be able to collect real verifiable data. So I built my first survey..which I’ve learned […]
First, break all the rules! If you want your resume to get noticed, then stop making it read like a thousand other people who want the same job. Put nothing on your resume that could also be found on someone else’s. Everything on your resume should be 100% you! WHAT NOT TO DO NO keyword […]
I was scanning some old files and found this positive endorsement of our company. We were in our 5th year back then. Kimberly had just earned her degree in Accounting from Canisius. If I am not mistaken, she is now a Controller at a prestigious law firm. I’m proud of her! I regret to inform […]
It’s just about construction time in Buffalo. Time to get off your butt and get back to work 🙂 I’ve received calls for entry-level, general labor, and experienced helpers in just about every trade—commercial carpenters, plastering, restoration, landscaping, masonry, with much more to come very soon. This is not temp work, and we pay top […]
I am a headhunter for the construction trades, and my clients have great jobs! I am a carpenter by trade and have lived and worked in Buffalo all of my life. My company is Squarefoot Tradesmen. We are not a national chain, a job board, or an aggregation website. We are the human part of […]
These 3 things can get you at least $15/hr: 1). Have a car 2). A reasonable amount of experience 3). Can read a tape measure My job as your agent is to get you more money. Seriously, if you (or someone you know) are working for only $12 as a trades helper PLEASE come talk […]
Over the last 20 years, we’ve talked to 38,069 job seekers in WNY—The first 37,000 are probably wondering why I haven’t called them lately. Well life is short and you could get old waiting on me—so maybe it’s time to take action. Call me! I have 63 awesome jobs on my board! All we need is for […]
I read one time that looking for a job should be treated as a project, and like any other project, hard work and dedication is required for a favorable outcome. ~ George R.
Every year at this time I get a plethora of calls looking for admin folks: estimators, managers, and superintendents. I even have a couple of sales positions. If you hate where you’re at, please reach out to me. Be well, John Krytus, Sr. Recruiter Sqrft Tradesmen 716-855-8100
In 2016, Governor Cuomo signed into law the nation’s strongest and most comprehensive Paid Family Leave policy. Starting January 1, 2018, New York State’s Paid Family Leave provides New Yorkers with job-protected, paid leave to bond with a new child, care for a loved one with a serious health condition or to help relieve family […]
Right now is the best time to negotiate a better job in the construction skilled trades. The day after Labor Day… you know, the week the kids go back to school. The very same week that marks the beginning of the end of construction season. Everyone feels it. There is a general sense of urgency […]
If you were a ballplayer, an artist, or a musician—they all have agents. Everybody does! Coaches, Administrators, School Superintendents—everyone gets their job through an Agent (or an Intermediary). If you buy or sell a piece of real estate…Agent. Buy a stock or an investment…your stockbroker is just a middleman tasked with working in your best […]
Ten good reasons to quit without giving notice ~by Liz Ryan
u ppl suck making $$$$ on someone elses back…terrible …u will never get truely skilled help..I hope