Hi, I’m Dan Waskow. I was a Recruiter for over 20 years, and I’m passionate about helping people find new jobs. With experience as both an agency Recruiter for some of the largest staffing companies in the U.S., and an on-site corporate Recruiter for such companies as Dell Technologies, Fidelity Investments, Accenture, AIG, NASDAQ, Madison Square Garden, PwC, and Credit Suisse, I have a wealth of experience and perspective on the job search process, and I’ve consulted with hundreds of people on their job searches.
People contact me about job search advice, job search coaching, job search consulting, interview advice, interview coaching, interview consulting, interviewing advice, resume writing, resume reworks, resume revision, LinkedIn profile writing, LinkedIn profile revision, social media profile writing, social media profile revision, job offer advice, job offer coaching, job offer consulting, questions about what to do when I get a job offer, how to work with a recruiter, how to work with an agency, how to work with a recruiting agency, how to work with a staffing agency, how to work with an executive search firm, how to work with a search firm, how to work with a headhunter, and more.
For Job Seekers
If you are an Owner, CEO, or Head of HR of a 50 – 500 person employer, get in touch for Talent Acquisition Services
For Staffing Agencies
If you have a Search Agency, contact me for Training, Process Improvement, and
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