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Treeline Client Success Story - The Bulfinch Group

04.27.10   |   Treeline   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

The Bulfinch Group has worked with Treeline for nearly 2 years and has supplemented their candidate flow seamlessly. Treeline has become an extension of their team to deliver the most qualified candidates based on their skills for this unique role and culture. What's more, The Bulfinch Group vows that Treeline has always delivered solid, quality candidates. In fact, the last training class The Bulfinch Group held, Treeline placed four of the five candidates.

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Katie Johnson, Runs the Boston Marathon and Inspires the Treeline Team

04.20.10   |   Treeline   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

Katie Johnson is Treeline, Inc's Public Relations Representative. This was her second time completing the Boston Marathon. We are very proud to have her on the Treeline Team. Her determination, motivation, and competitive nature inspires us to work hard and strive to be the best executive sales search firm in the nation.

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Treeline, Inc. Voted Boston's Best Places to Work in 2008

04.16.10   |   Treeline   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

"Nothing could have prepared us for the thrill of being ranked number one. It is truly humbling to be named alongside some of the region's most highly regarded companies," said Treeline President and Founder Daniel S. Fantasia. "But we're not stopping here. We will continue to develop new and innovative ways to compensate, reward and nurture our employees. Our goal is to remain on this list indefinitely."

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Tips for Using Social Networks While Searching for a Job

04.13.10   |   Job Search & Career   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

Searching for a job has become more difficult than ever. With hundreds of candidates with similar backgrounds competing for the same job, employers are seeking alternative ways to evaluate their pool of candidates. One of the most frequently used tricks is to Google them. A potential employer's first impression of you is more often than not based on that Google search. With a simple search on the popular search engine, potential employers will uncover multiple sources of information about you including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. This means that your status update on Facebook, or latest tweet on Twitter could be the deciding point on whether or not you get the job. So how do you make sure that your "Google-able" information is appropriate?

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