Objective Paradigm’s Ryan Pollock featured in Strong Suit Podcast

Strong Suit 050 What It Truly Takes To Recruit Rockstar Software Developers Objective Paradigm managing partner, Ryan Pollock, recently joined host Jeff Hyman on the Strong Suit podcast, a show dedicated to exploring recruiting tactics and questions on a national scale. In Episode 050, Pollock and Hyman discuss the strategy behind recruiting top talent in IT and… Read more »

Objective Paradigm Opens Office in New York City

Chicago-based IT recruiting firm expands to meet demand from the East Coast FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CHICAGO, Aug. 10, 2016 — Objective Paradigm, a premier technical recruiting and executive search firm serving technology, finance and consulting businesses, announced today the company will be opening an office in New York City. Leading the new operation is New York… Read more »

Thank You Midwest Dreamin’ 2016

Another amazing time at Midwest Dreamin’ – thank you! Isn’t it exciting to be part of an event that is completely driven by Salesforce users? Year after year, Midwest Dreamin’ continues to grow – it is exciting to not only see that Talution Group has grown but that through user run events, we now belong… Read more »

Counter (Offer) Intelligence

Did you know you can google “the dreaded counter offer” and get two pages of hits on different articles using the term? Scroll through the results and you’ll notice that it’s not just HR professionals or Talent Acquisition professionals talking about “the dreaded counter offer,” but business journalists and bloggers as well.  There are good… Read more »

Dina Gallay, vice president of sales, featured in Crain’s People on the Move

Objective Paradigm has welcomed Dina Gallay to the team as vice president of sales. Gallay’s expertise is backed by 20+ years experience in the recruiting space and a proven track record of shaping and leading high-performing sales teams. You can see her placement in Crain’s here. To connect with Dina, find her on LinkedIn.  

7 Tips To Get Your Networking On The Right Track

First off, can we stop calling it “Networking,” when what we’re doing is socializing? When we add the element of work, calling it “NetWORKING,” it just doesn’t sound fun anymore. So, if I asked you to join me at an event to socialize, wouldn’t that sound less intimidating? Now that we are socializing – showing… Read more »

Resumes and Profiles: The Modern Job Application

  As putting yourself out there for-hire continues to evolve, LinkedIn and/or GitHub profiles become a must. If you want to be identified as a potential hire, job seekers need more than an excellent resume. While helping both employees and employers find the best fit, I’ve noticed an increase in ‘supplements’ to the standard resume… Read more »

Being a Talent Acquisition Partner Means Doing Your Work Early

  All of us in talent acquisition know the feeling. We are just wrapping up a feedback session with a hiring manager following a candidate interview. We’re either on the phone with them, or sitting in their office, and they’ve just spent the last fifteen or twenty minutes talking about how great the candidate did,… Read more »

Writing an Honest Resume

We’ve all had that candidate. Excellent credentials, started out in the industry you are hiring for, quickly made their way to an executive role in a publicly traded company and after grad school and a couple of jobs, was laid off due to an acquisition or some other downsizing activities. Not uncommon, right? But when… Read more »

Give Us Big Picture Perks!

There is a lot of confusion out there about what the young workforce — also known by that inescapable term, “millennials” — is looking for in a job today. Perhaps it’s the age-old story of older generations not understanding their younger counterparts, but I’ve been coming across more and more hiring managers and C-level executives… Read more »