WE ARE WEJUNGOTM

We are a leading California executive search and management consulting firm, specializing in talent strategy and recruiting solutions. We partner with start-ups and small to mid-size businesses to redefine success and set new standards for a better way to do business. Many times it’s simply starting small. The Wejungo™ brand represents a powerful combination of the English word “we” and the Latin word “jungo” which means “join together.” WE JOIN TOGETHER with companies to help improve how they attract, recruit, hire and retain their most important assets…their people.

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WHAT WE DO

We support companies by building talent foundations, creating hiring strategies, developing workforce solutions and uncovering top talent.

Our mission is to challenge the “norms,” encourage innovative thinking and launch new ideas, strategies and processes that will guide organizations to empower their people to do extraordinary things.

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Current News & Trends

Do you Dare Diversify Your Workforce?

There is more to diversity in the workplace than what meets the eye. For example – think of smartphones – with technology allowing people to view almost anything from anywhere, in a split second. Even tools like Skype or Google circles allow companies to employ talent regionally, nationally and internationally!

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The 7 Qualities of People Who Are Highly Respected

Respect is something not automatically given. It must be earned. When you’re in a leadership position, it is imperative that the people with whom you work respect you. Here are 7 tips for earning respect.

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Strengthen Your Hiring by Recruiting for Potential, Not Direct Work Experience

Obsessing over candidates’ direct work experience instead of their potential could be sabotaging your recruitment efforts. Concentrating too intensely on direct work experience ignores other experiences that inform the behaviors of the best talent. If employers don’t give these workers a chance, they’ll really never know what they could be missing.

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