Caitlin Wells
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Experiencing failure can be one of the most difficult parts of a job search for candidates and recruiters alike.  For candidates, finding out that you were turned away from a job because you do not…Continue

Started Jul 12, 2011

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S*** Not to Say in an Interview

The Betts Team shares with you the S*** Not to Say in an Interview. While we poke fun at the classic interview faux pas, unfortunately, people make these mistakes more than you might think. We invite you to laugh along with us at the following video. 

Warning: Betts Recruiting does not condone any of what you are about to see in a real interview setting. Please do not attempt this at…


Posted on July 27, 2012 at 1:54pm

S*** Recruiters Say

If you've worked with a recruiter before (or are one like us), you probably know the s*** recruiters say.  Every now and then, it's fun to poke at the cliches heard around the office. Some phrases Betts Recruiting has come up with includes:

Watch the video that started the discussion: …


Posted on April 26, 2012 at 12:59pm — 4 Comments

Vetting a Startup

We all wish we’d worked for Facebook or Google or Intuit or HP before they went public.  We’d all be retired by now, or close, or funding our own new ventures.  But as some smart jerk says, hindsight is 20-20.  How can we identify start-ups that are taking off before they’re saturated with interested candidates and investors? I ask three big questions of any potential client before deciding to bring them on and inform my network about them.


1. What are you selling? …


Posted on February 14, 2012 at 3:59pm — 1 Comment

The Death of the Resume

Folks who are successful in their current roles (read: busy) do not have the time to spend hours updating their resume.  And why would they?  Assuming they are worth hiring, their company history and tenure speak for themselves.  They aren’t in dire need of a new job, and they’re busy doing whatever they do well.  They may even be interviewing based off their personal networks and the attractiveness of their LinkedIn profiles.   


When I have a new client and they’re hot to…


Posted on February 8, 2012 at 12:48pm

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