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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10 Creative Ideas for Your Office Thanksgiving Celebration

Turkey, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie…everyone knows the key ingredients to a perfect Thanksgiving dinner. But what about the ingredients for the perfect office Thanksgiving celebration? This year, you don’t need to provide your employees a full-blown feast. Instead, focus on the reasons for the holiday: showing your appreciation, and encouraging them to give back to the community. To help you out, we’ve come up with a list of unique ways to put the “thanks” and “giving” back in your office Thanksgiving.

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The Secret to Creating a Great Job Description

“Can you vision the next step in your career?” Are you going to continue reading this job description? The average job description lists job duties, qualifications, and required experience. Job description effectiveness is only 34 percent, and there are 4 million online postings per month. The reality is that most job seekers spend less than 2 minutes reading a job posting. Here is what you need to do to post a job description worthy of grabbing the attention and response of top talent.

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Recruiting the Millennial Generation

For years, companies have labeled Millennials as entitled and narcissistic. But as savvy employers can tell you, this simply isn’t true. Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are just different. As a generation, they’re more confident, tech savvy, optimistic, and connected than previous generations. But they also differ in what they want, the skills they bring to the table, and how they communicate.

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