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CRAWFORD THOMAS RECRUITING: Indeed’s Four Strategies for Recruiting in a Tight Market

By Press release submission | Jul 22, 2019

Though labor market conditions are more nuanced than the headlines suggest, employers still face a tight labor market. If you’re looking to hire, you already are — or will soon be — adjusting to this reality.

CRAWFORD THOMAS RECRUITING: 3 Resume Tips when Applying for a Sales Role

By Press release submission | Jul 21, 2019

When it comes to finding a sales job, whether you’re a new grad or experienced executive, it can be tough to decide what to add to your resume. At Crawford Thomas Recruiting, one of our specialties is placing sales professionals.

CRAWFORD THOMAS RECRUITING: Out of Office – Celebrating The 4th of July

By Press release submission | Jul 6, 2019

We definitely love the idea of a 4th of July – Out of Office Message. We stumbled upon a great article from the Morning Brew. All credit goes to them!

ORLANDO EXECUTIVE AIRPORT: Orlando International Airport Celebrates America’s 243rd Birthday

By Press release submission | Jul 3, 2019

Liberty Weekend 2019 reminded travelers and guests at Orlando International Airport about America’s remarkable gift of freedom.

HEALTHCARE SCOUTS: Three-Quarters Of Freelancers Happier Working Independently

By Press release submission | Jun 21, 2019

More than three-quarters of freelancers, 76%, report they are happier working independently than they were working for an employer, according to new data released from the “Freelancing in America: 2018” report.

BENNETT LEGAL GROUP P.A.: Florida Adopts the Daubert Standard: New Expert Testimony Standard in Florida

By Press release submission | Jun 20, 2019

After previously rejecting the Daubert standard in accordance with the recommendation of the Florida State Bar, the Supreme Court of Florida has now adopted the Daubert standard for the admissibility of expert testimony, replacing the Frye standard.


By Press release submission | Jun 14, 2019

American Legion National Commander Brett Reistad, American Legion Auxiliary National President Kathy Dungan and Sons of The American Legion National Commander Greg Gibbs salute as Taps is played after a wreath-laying at the Brittany American Cemetery in Normandy, France.

CRAWFORD THOMAS RECRUITING: Resume Tips For Seeking A Part-Time Job

By Press release submission | Jun 13, 2019

Whether you are looking for a second revenue stream, an opportunity that doesn’t require full-time hours, or simply seeking better work-life balance, these tips can assist in all of that.

BENNETT LEGAL GROUP P.A.: Business Litigation 101

By Press release submission | Jun 8, 2019

We have many business clients who come to us facing business-related disputes and are unsure of where to even begin.

ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES: Inexpensive and Easy Tips for Self-Care

By Press release submission | May 31, 2019

The term “self-care” may have you rolling your eyes because of its overuse and associations with nail painting or expensive spa days. But that just scratches the surface of what it means to care for yourself.

CRAWFORD THOMAS RECRUITING: Tips On Writing An Awesome Job Description

By Press release submission | May 30, 2019

Having a strong job description can attract the ideal talent your company is looking for. According to HubSpot, you’ll want to write a job ad that consistently drives candidates to fill out an application.

AMERICAN LEGION-DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA: Reistad heads to Europe for historic milestones

By Press release submission | May 26, 2019

American Legion National Commander Brett P. Reistad will be leading a delegation of more than 40 American Legion Family members and guests through a tour of key European sites marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day and the centennial of the organization that he now leads.

ALEXANDER ABRAMSON PLLC: 7 Easy Steps to Improve the Salability of Your Business

By Press release submission | May 25, 2019

In business there is one timeless rule: you will leave your business at some point. Business owners should always prepare for their business exits well in advance.

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