Meetup #5 - 4/16/2009

Hollister Staffing Agency in downtown Boston sponsored this event which had 48 people in attendance.  Kip Hollister, founder and CEO of Hollister presented her take on market trends, including strategies that job seekers can utilize to position themselves in today’s turbulent job market.  The group then broke up into the five divisions Hollister employees for: Accounting & Finance, Creative & Marketing, Information Technology, Administrative and Human Resources.  Recruiters from each of these divisions helped members with resume critiquing and job advice.  Started at 3:30pm, lasted until 5:30pm.

Remarkable success. Stephanie really stepped up in identifying and executing on a way to actually find a new job rather than just talk about it. Thanks to Nancy and the Hollister folks as well. Todd R

Met great people and shared lots of helpful ideas, information and advice! Tara F

Very well-planned and useful! Victoria K

Stephanie did a great job in setting up this meeting with Hollister. The Hollister folks were very welcoming and friendly. I was able to make a few new connections with other attendees. Nicole N

The meeting was very attended and I met other job seekers in my field. The folks from Hollister were very engaging and interested in helping us find positions. And thanks to whoever bought the Dunkin Donuts coffee for the group too. I will recommend this group to others now as this was my first experience and I did find it worthwhile. Thanks again to Stephanie Cooper! Deborah S

Excellent choice of Hollister Staffing as the locale. Some good networking with PSC members as well as Hollister personnel. Ron P

Great event, Stephanie! It was great to get out, mingle, and share ideas with opportunities with the rest of the Pink Slip group. Looking forward to the next one! Alison S

The people from Hollister were really welcoming, attentive, helpful with general and individual concerns. It was, all-in-all a very productive Meetup! Denise R

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