Why Gilmore Partners?

Gilmore Partners has been combining our tailored expertise and broad experience to bring together top talent and clients for more than 30 years. Our team of subject-matter experts works together to offer a vast amount of experience, knowledge, and contacts across an array of industries and disciplines. This combines into one of North America’s premier human capital management firms, dedicated to delivering success and finding the perfect fit. Read on to discover the Gilmore Partners Difference.


Tuesday, July 5, 2016 - 11:48

1. During your job interview, your hiring manager asks you questions that lend themselves to story-telling answers. The minute you start telling a story, though, your manager cuts you off and changes the subject. He or she doesn’t want to hear your stories — of course! Your weak manager doesn’t have exciting Dragon-Slaying Stories, so he or she doesn’t want to hear yours.

2. Your hiring manager spends most of your interview talking about their own background and qualifications for their job.

Thursday, May 5, 2016 - 11:36

As a hiring manager, the one thing probably keeping you up at night is the headcount that you haven’t filled, which in turn will include the quota that you are carrying and could possibly be the reason why you and your team are going to miss target this quarter, or even this year!