Blog

Gilman Partners Welcomes David Ginsburg

David Ginsburg, former President and CEO of Downtown Cincinnati Inc., joined Gilman Partners as a Senior Advisor.


A Recruiter's Notebook: Overqualified? Take a closer look.

With many professionals choosing (or needing) to work well past the traditional retirement age, there is a real opportunity to tap into this talent pool.


Gilman Partners Welcomes Angel Beets

Please join us in welcoming Angel Beets to the Gilman Partners team as a Talent Advisor and Director of Communication & Research.


To Recruit Top Talent for Your Organization, Follow the Advice of a D1 College Basketball Recruiter

My job was—and is—about helping organizations find the very best talent, and it doesn’t matter whether that organization is a college basketball program or $100-million private company.


A Recruiter's Notebook: What Talent Shortage?

Unemployment is low, demand for talent is high, and everyone is talking about the talent shortage.


A Recruiter’s Notebook: Create a Richer Interview Experience

In today’s tight talent market, it’s important for candidates to discover why your organization is an attractive place to work and get a feel for your culture.


First Quarter 2018 Highlights

The first quarter of 2018 was rewarding and successful for Gilman Partners and our clients.


A Recruiter’s Notebook: The Importance of Motivation

Is your candidate motivated by a sense of doom and gloom, or optimism about the opportunity? Assessing motivation will help you make the right choice.


Best Practices for Working with a Recruiter

For job seekers who find themselves working with a recruiter, building that relationship is a two-way street that requires work on both ends.


A Recruiter's Notebook: Attention to Retention

With all of the buzz about the tight talent market, retention of your top performers is getting more attention. As recruiters, we’re reaching out to your coveted employees to entice them with new career opportunities. Why would they be interested?