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Why Corporate Culture Matters

When deciding whether to join a new company, there is more to consider than the position's responsibilities, growth potential, or compensation package. Certainly the relationship between you and your future superior is important. MORE...
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Navigating any new corporate culture demands proactive research, forethought and strong relationship skills

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Once a client selects a winning candidate, the Diligence™ methodology guides the GMR recruiter through the job offer and negotiation process, counteroffer risk mitigation, and GMR's long term New Hire Monitoring Program.
    
Diligence™ maximizes client productivity by presenting a select few, highly qualified, rigorously challenged and pre-screened candidates.  The methodology assures hiring managers and HR professionals that the candidates they interview possess the highest probability for long-term career success, dramatically reducing cost-to-hire and maximizing employee retention.  Retention statistics show that 96% of GMR's placed candidates stay with their new employer in excess of four years, even when the job market is in peak demand.
 
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"I never failed once. It just happened to be a 2000-step process."

-- Thomas Edison, American inventor) (1847-1931), responding to a reporter who asked how it felt to fail 2000 times before successfully inventing the light bulb
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