PharmaLogics Recruiting jumped nearly 1500 spots up to #2267 on the Inc. 5000 List of America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies after a 3-year growth of 160%. In doing so, Megan Driscoll became 1 of only 57 female CEOs (and 1 of only 3 from Massachusetts) making the list for the fourth consecutive year. Here is a picture of our team celebrating such a great award with some mid-Monday champagne – Cheers!
So you’re in the middle of your senior year, enjoying life and feel like you’ve finally figured out this whole college thing, when your professor announces there will be a career fair at the end of the week open to all students. Like most college students, you have no idea how to prepare. Well, I’m here to help! Here are a few tips and tricks for impressing potential employers from a professional staffing manager: Dress to Impress. This may seem […]
PharmaLogics Recruiting is proud to announce that we have been selected by Inc. Magazine as a Best Workplace of 2017. WHY WE THINK WE’RE A GREAT PLACE TO WORK PharmaLogics strives to become the number one bio-pharmaceutical recruiting company in the world by placing top talent at companies devoted to the development of medicine that improves and saves lives. That mission starts with PharmaLogics personnel. Through training programs, weekly one-on-one meetings with direct managers, weekly team conferences and individualized modules, […]
Last year, our CEO led a company-wide workshop to help employees attempt to find the purpose of their life or their “life mission.” She felt it was critically important to enable employees to make a difference in the world and that PharmaLogics would be a part of helping them do it. PharmaLogics “Passion Projects” were born. Individuals of similar purpose were grouped together and tasked with creating, initiating, and implementing a charity project of their choice with a yearly stipend […]
My dad was an engineer, analytical and precise in every way. Growing up, whenever I went to him with a problem, his fix-all phrase would be, “It’s the little things that matter.” As I sit here now contemplating all that I have learned in the last twenty years of recruiting in the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry, that phrase pretty much sums it all up. Companies don’t need the best lab equipment money can buy or to offer free lunch and lattes at […]
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Last week, the PharmaLogics team participated in our own personal kindness week. Passion Project team #projectloverevival led the rest of the office in random acts of kindness. They printed suggested acts of kindness on pieces of paper left out for employees to take each day. These acts ranged from small to large and included things as simple as holding the door for the person behind you to tipping 100% on the bill while out to dinner. Once each act was […]
Don’t lose out on excellent candidates. Adopt these strategies to gain a competitive advantage in hiring the best. By: Adam Kaner and Megan Driscoll In such a competitive industry, every company is looking for a way to get ahead. You may have the newest equipment or the most cutting-edge technology, but these are things that your competition can duplicate. What they cannot duplicate are your employees – your employees are the ones who bring innovative ideas to fruition. They are […]
Making a strong financial offer to a job candidate is clearly important, but there are many other things that top-tier companies do to increase the likelihood that they close the deal. The life sciences sector is in the midst of an extremely competitive, candidate driven job market. Companies are battling one another for the same scientific talent. Recruiting in this market often means trying to convince a candidate to leave a job in order to join your team. The most […]
We have had an exciting couple of days. Last week, CEO of Seattle-based Gravity Payments, Dan Price, flew in to surprise our CEO, Megan Driscoll. Yesterday, the story was featured in The Boston Globe. You can view the article HERE, but I’ve also posted it below for your convenience. Why did this mean a great deal to us? Dan is the “70 K CEO”, the original crazy executive who decided to raise his company minimum wage to $70,000. The media criticized […]