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We are currently working on a QC Supervisor role with a leading client in the Northeast.  Our client is an established leader in the biotechnology marketplace and they have had a stable history and offer excellent growth potential and work/life balance.  They are growing within their quality team and they are looking for a proven… Read more »

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We are currently working on an Director / Sr. Director of Manufacturing role in the Northeast focused on leading Aseptic manufacturing for the company’s current and future manufacturing lines. Our client is an established leader who is currently in a high growth mode and is looking for a long term leader to help manage and… Read more »

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We are currently working on a PhD Senior Scientist focused on Biologics Analytical Service in Mid-Atlantic with a recognized leader within the Biologics testing and manufacturing markets.  Our client has been around for over 70 years and is extremely stable, yet still growing at a high rate.  The firm has recently made significant investment into the… Read more »

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We are currently working on a Director of Research & Development in Mid-West with a recognized leader within the API and Pharmaceutical Contract Manufacturing marketplace.  Our client is well established and in a high growth mode giving someone the opportunity to come in and Hire, Build, Develop and Manage the entire R&D team.  This position will… Read more »

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Interesting article in the NY Times sheds light on a surprisingly tough job market for law students that graduated in 2010. It was a difficult time to enter the job market but, unlike previous classes facing a tough economy (i.e. class of 2000), the class of 2010 has still not fully recovered. A Columbia Law… Read more »

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If you love office satire like I LOVE office satire then you’ll really enjoy this blog post that provides hilarious tips to “help” you appear smarter in meetings. If you are completely checked out at work and willing to try these out, I would love to hear about it… and then talk to you about finding a… Read more »

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Dan Price had a vision when he started Gravity Payments in 2004. Recently, he had another vision, pay every employee at Gravity Payments a minimum of $70,000 a year. Here’s the article. As compensation disparity between CEO’s and average workers continues to increase (currently it’s 300:1 in the US), this certainly goes against the grain. It… Read more »

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As the economy begins to pick back up, your top performers may end up getting offers from other companies.  In past downturns and recoveries, many talented people jumped ship, especially when they perceived there was more opportunity elsewhere. So what can you do to retain your best people? The key is to identify your top… Read more »