Welcome to Fanning Personnel and Comforce StaffingFanning Personnel/Comforce Staffing is a leading provider of staffing services to Boston's financial industry. For over 40 years we have had a track record of success for both employers and job seekers.
We specialize in recruiting permanent, temporary and temporary-to-permanent professionals for asset management firms, registered advisors, investment banks, hedge funds and private equity firms.
Our candidates include investment professionals in investment research, portfolio management, institutional marketing, client service, sales and trading, and retail brokerage as well as related professional support functions, such as accounting & finance, administrative support and human resources. Learn more.
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The short answer is: YES! The long answer is: there are many things to take into consideration when looking to optimize your candidate screening and hiring process. Hiring managers in the investment business ultimately have three objectives when it comes to this process: targeting their sources so the pool of applicants is limited to the most valuable talent available,narrowing that targeted applicant pool down as efficiently and accurately as possible, and onboarding new hires without external complications such as delays or competing offers. So how do we do this?:
You have received a job offer from a company that wants you to join their team! This means that you have displayed the attributes and intangible qualities that they are looking for in an employee. Pat yourself on the back, because that takes a lot of initiative and hard work! Just because you receive a job offer, however, does not mean that you are immediately required to accept that offer. It's crucial to think your decision over thoroughly as any career changes that you make ultimately impact your resume and your candidacy for potential future roles. Here are some factors to consider before accepting a job offer:
When it comes to searching for a new position, figuring out where to begin can seem very overwhelming. There are a lot of turning gears in the job hunting process, so it's important to know which steps to take first so as to not find yourself stuck in limbo. If you do find yourself questioning what to do, consider these five initial steps: