May 18, 2018

What a Week! PharmaLogics Recognized by Boston Chamber of Commerce and Boston Business Journal

The past week was one to remember as it was filled with anticipation, excitement, and surprise! On Tuesday night, the Boston Chamber of Commerce announced that Megan Driscoll is a finalist for The Small Business CEO of the Year Award. On Thursday, the Boston Business Journal awarded us as the 27th fastest growing private company in Massachusetts. This is our third consecutive year on the Boston Business Journal’s Fast 50 list. Small businesses within the Greater Boston Area make up […]
May 10, 2018

PharmaLogics Attends Raise Up Massachusetts on Behalf of Business For a Fair Minimum Wage

Earlier this week, Megan Driscoll had the opportunity to speak at Raise up Massachusetts about raising the state minimum wage to $15. She was invited by Holly Sklar, CEO of Business for a Fair Minimum Wage, and spoke on behalf of Business For a Fair Minimum Wage, a national network of business owners and executives who believe a fair minimum wage makes good business sense. Nearly 300 business owners and executives across the state have currently endorsed the Massachusetts Business for […]
May 3, 2018

PharmaLogics Hosts Quarterly Development Day

Every quarter, PharmaLogics Recruiting hosts a development day that highlights the company’s progress, achievements, and plans for the next 90 days. Last Thursday we took the afternoon to go over some new training material, discussed our achievements, and we celebrated a handful of promotions with tacos and a few cervezas from a local Taqueria! Our development meetings over the past few years have grown into a time where we have the ability to intermingle, celebrate, and relax while recapping the […]
April 24, 2018

How to Create a Continuing Educational Program for your Organization

Whether employees are seasoned professionals or recent college graduates, if they’re serious about their careers, they know they’ll have to continue to learn and grow if they want to climb the ladder. In most cases, they will have to seek training externally through conferences and seminars. As an organization, offering continuing educational programs to employees is a fantastic perk that can be extremely beneficial in engaging employees and also preventing unwanted turnover. A recent poll  reports that 41% of employees who […]
April 18, 2018

Mastering your Telephone Interview

Candidates often spend lots of time on the process of finding job openings. Hours go into scanning LinkedIn or Indeed for opportunities, making phone calls, and emailing résumés out, all in hopes of creating interest in their candidacy. Because so much work goes into getting noticed and landing a phone interview, often time’s candidates have little energy left to adequately prepare for the call. Below are some simple suggestions to ensure that all your hard work in attaining a phone […]
April 11, 2018

Equal Pay Day at PharmaLogics Recruiting

On Tuesday, April 10th 2018, PharmaLogics employees wore red to represent how “in the red” women’s pay is compared to men. If you are not familiar with Equal Pay Day, here is some information on how the day came about and what it represents: Equal Pay Day marks the wage discrepancies that exist between men and women within the workplace.  The National Committee on Pay Equality created Equal Pay Day back in 1996 with the intention expose the pay gap […]
April 5, 2018

PharmaLogics Makes Boston Business Journal’s Fast 50 List for the Third Consecutive Year

On Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 the Boston Business Journal announced the recipients of their Fast 50 award, which represents the 50 fastest-growing private companies in the state of Massachusetts. For the third consecutive year, PharmaLogics Recruiting was selected as a winner, with CEO and Founder Megan Driscoll being one of six female leaders to take home the award! Over the past 3 years PharmaLogics has grown from 40 to 85 employees while showing significant financial growth and will continue to […]
March 26, 2018

Strategies for Selecting & Working Effectively with a Recruiter

Building a relationship with a recruiter is important, even if you are not actively looking for a new position.   A good recruiter can keep you informed of opportunities that would potentially interest you given your particular family needs and career goals.  This is also a good way to keep your finger on the pulse of the industry and to hear about new and emerging companies. It is not unusual for a professional in the biopharmaceutical industry to receive 10 calls […]
March 14, 2018

How to Get Noticed with a Great Resume

The primary purpose of a resume is to allow a hiring manager to determine if you have the technical skills, educational background, and work experience to perform well in the job you’ve applied for.  However, there’s a reason job offers aren’t made based on your resume alone. The hiring team will conduct further interviews to determine whether this position will be a good cultural fit, as well as whether you have the personality, work ethic, motivation and other “soft skills” […]
March 8, 2018

Top 20 Do’s and Don’ts of Interviewing In The Bio-Pharma Industry

Candidates often spend lots of time on the process of searching job opportunities.  Hours go in to scanning LinkedIn and Indeed, making phone calls, preparing, and emailing resumes out, all in hopes of creating interest in their candidacy. Because so much work goes in to getting noticed and landing a phone or face to face interview, often times, there is little energy left to adequately prepare for the opportunity to actually interview.  Below are some simple suggestions to ensure that […]