Now, with one MyAquent profile sync to Facebook or LinkedIn accounts, your career information is updated automatically. Your skills, talent, and expertise becomes a living resume that refreshes once per week. Log in and see for yourself! More
The short answer is YES. According to our own Alison Farmer, Vice President of Learning and Development here at Aquent, a MOOC listed on a resume shows that someone is curious, interested in self-improvement and engaged with their professional development — all of which are great attributes to share with a prospective ... More
In 2012, Aquent commissioned a survey of 580 marketing, creative, and digital hiring managers to uncover flexible workforce trends in their departments. Listen as Aquent's Managing Director, Kelly Boykin, discusses the trends and lessons from the survey.
With the unemployment rate holding strong at 8.3%, it can be difficult to stand out when hunting for a new job. We've put together a list of 6 important resume details to pay close attention to when looking for your next gig. More
A job seeker’s time is valuable. This is one reason we’re excited to introduce Aquent’s latest talent tool, Social Update. This is a quick and convenient way for job seekers in our network to let our agents know of any new skills, education, and experience they’ve acquired. More
Temp work not only features flexibility of schedule, like independent freelancing does, but in many cases, it’s better. Staffing companies have the relationships with clients and collect on receivables. Temping also costs freelancers less in taxes, since they are W2 employees of the staffing agency. These are a few ... More
We were interested, along with many Americans, to hear the June 28 Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act (ACA). As one of the first employment agencies to offer our talent benefits, Aquent has always provided great health benefits to our talented marketing, creative and digital contractors who might not ... More
It happens more often than not: You hire a new employee who looks great on paper, gives stellar interviews, but is your department’s worst nightmare. Maybe they lack the skills they claim or just don’t blend in to your company culture. More