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How to Make Halloween at the Office a Success

Posted on October 18th, by Henry Goldbeck in Company News, In The Media, Just For Fun. Comments Off on How to Make Halloween at the Office a Success

Halloween isn’t just for the kids! In the workplace, it’s a great opportunity to boost employee morale and have a little bit of fun at work. Here are a few tips for making your office’s Halloween a success:

Get Your Employees Involved

If you don’t have one already, use Halloween as an opportunity to form an … Read More »

Beware of Scary Clients this Halloween

Posted on October 28th, by Goldbeck Recruiting in About, Just For Fun, Recruitment. Comments Off on Beware of Scary Clients this Halloween

It’s almost Halloween, and as is tradition we tell you about some of our scariest and most peculiar experiences we have had in the past. Last year, we told you about candidates  and this year we put the spotlight on some of our past clients.

Over time we have come across some prospective clients that made us … Read More »


Top 5 Scariest Things We’ve Seen Looking for the Perfect Candidate

Posted on October 31st, by Goldbeck Recruiting in Just For Fun. Comments Off on Top 5 Scariest Things We’ve Seen Looking for the Perfect Candidate

Over the past few years, our recruiters here at Goldbeck Recruiting have seen thousands of resumes. Sometimes there are resumes that catch them by surprise. Today in the spirit of Halloween, we list the top 5 scariest things our recruiters have seen in their search for the perfect candidate:

1. Black and White Mugshot

When I asked … Read More »

A Compilation of Cringe-Worthy Job Applications

Posted on October 30th, by Henry Goldbeck in Job Search, Recruitment. 4 comments

In the spirit of Halloween I’ve compiled a few cringe worthy job applications we have received at Goldbeck. Happy Halloween!

I received a photo of an obviously inebriated and not very awake candidate and his wife at their wedding reception. It was in an envelope with a resume and confetti. It must have seemed like an … Read More »