On Thursday, August 3rd the Parker team flocked to Safeco Field to take part in the Puget Sound Business Journal’s (PSBJ) Washington’s Best Workplaces celebration. This was our 5th consecutive year making the list.
Typically, a resume makes or breaks your chances at taking part in the interview process... So, what if you have one or two sizable employment gaps in your work history? How can you most effectively explain a gap in your resume, anyway? We have some suggestions from our recruiting team.
If you’re in the midst of preparing for an interview – and even if you aren’t at the interview stage of your job search quite yet - you’ve come to the right place. We’ve created this handy infographic with some fundamentals to remember to help you ace your next interview!
Our very own Senior Recruiter, Gayle Luchini, recently earned her PHR after passing the exam in May. We sat down with her to go over her experience earning the PHR. She also discusses the benefits of working with recruiters that have PHRs and advice for those interested in earning their own!
In recognition of our two most recent honors from two Seattle publications, I thought I would share just a little bit about how Parker's own journey led us to becoming a Best Workplace.
Today marks a day for the history books here at Parker! Our Vice President of Operations, Leslie Haines, is retiring after more than 35 years at Parker! So in honor of her last day, we present a very special Q&A with Leslie Haines.
On June 22nd, Parker joined Seattle Business Magazine – and 99 other local organizations - at the Washington State Convention Center to celebrate making the list as one of Washington's 100 Best Companies to Work For. This year, we are proud to report we took 2nd Place in our category – up four spots from just one year ago!
If you’re new here, you’re in for a real treat. Summertime in Seattle is the best. If you’ve recently relocated to Seattle, allow us to share with you some of our favorite Seattle summertime events.
Are you itching to move to Seattle? You’re not alone. Roughly 1,100 people move to the Seattle area each week, as reported by the US Census Bureau. For many, moving to a new location means finding a new job, but how does someone conduct a successful long-distance job search?