Are you losing out on the best candidates in this competitive market? We’ve put together a brief overview of how you can level the playing field! Designed exclusively with small businesses in mind, our flexible Small Business Platform provides the resources and structure to manage the diverse staffing and development needs of start-up companies. To request additional information, please contact our Head of Business Development, Megan Lanham, at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Last week, the PharmaLogics team participated in our own personal kindness week. Passion Project team #projectloverevival led the rest of the office in random acts of kindness. They printed suggested acts of kindness on pieces of paper left out for employees to take each day. These acts ranged from small to large and included things as simple as holding the door for the person behind you to tipping 100% on the bill while out to dinner. Once each act was […]
Don’t lose out on excellent candidates. Adopt these strategies to gain a competitive advantage in hiring the best. By: Adam Kaner and Megan Driscoll In such a competitive industry, every company is looking for a way to get ahead. You may have the newest equipment or the most cutting-edge technology, but these are things that your competition can duplicate. What they cannot duplicate are your employees – your employees are the ones who bring innovative ideas to fruition. They are […]
Making a strong financial offer to a job candidate is clearly important, but there are many other things that top-tier companies do to increase the likelihood that they close the deal. The life sciences sector is in the midst of an extremely competitive, candidate driven job market. Companies are battling one another for the same scientific talent. Recruiting in this market often means trying to convince a candidate to leave a job in order to join your team. The most […]
We have had an exciting couple of days. Last week, CEO of Seattle-based Gravity Payments, Dan Price, flew in to surprise our CEO, Megan Driscoll. Yesterday, the story was featured in The Boston Globe. You can view the article HERE, but I’ve also posted it below for your convenience. Why did this mean a great deal to us? Dan is the “70 K CEO”, the original crazy executive who decided to raise his company minimum wage to $70,000. The media […]
Yesterday, we were featured in The Boston Globe. Check out the article below on our pay raise initiative in 2015 and the benefits it has had for our business and company culture the past year. WE ARE HIRING so please contact our Staffing Manager, Brittany, at email@example.com for more information! Big pay raises bring big benefits, Quincy firm decides PharmaLogics Recruiting employees joined CEO Megan Driscoll and Dan Price, CEO of Gravity Payments (center), at a company gathering. By Katie […]
BOSTON (November 18, 2016) “PharmaLogics Recruiting has been named one of the Top Places to Work in Massachusetts in the ninth annual employee-based survey project from The Boston Globe. The Top Places to Work 2016 issue will be published online at BostonGlobe.com/topplaces on the night of November 17 and in The Boston Globe Magazine on November 20. Top Places to Work recognizes the most admired workplaces in the state voted on by the people who know them the best” […]
Our employees came prepared to celebrate Halloween this afternoon for the Annual PharmaLogics Costume Contest. We also celebrated our October birthdays with some trick-or-treating and pumpkin decorating. See below for some pictures of our spooky staff.
Founder and CEO, Megan Driscoll, is at the Inc. 5000 Conference & Gala this week in San Antonio, Texas. The event brings together entrepreneurs from America’s fastest growing companies to network and listen to inspirational speakers whose businesses “have achieved superstar status.” She just listened to the Founder of Method, Eric Ryan, discussing the millennial workforce and how purpose and profit can go hand in hand. Stay tuned for more updated from Megan!
The Boston Women’s Workforce Council is working with local businesses to eliminate the wage gap, remove the visible and invisible barriers to women’s advancement, and ensure that 100% of the talent pool is used to make Boston the best area in the world for working women. The Council has created the 100% Talent: The Boston Women’s Compact in which businesses can pledge to take concrete, measurable steps to eliminate the wage gap in their individual companies and report their progress, […]