Media Staffing Network Blog

News and opinion from the Media Staffing Network team.

Lose The Funky Resumes!

With automation tools trying to help the job seeker, they often don’t help as much as they hinder.

As a recruiter who captures resumes for current and future opportunities, we invest in applicant tracking systems. If a job seeker wants to be considered for jobs, it is imperative to be accepted into a recruiters system. However, … Read More ›

Is Your Resume Helping or Hurting You?

We get it, sending out your resume to employers can be intimidating. You want to make the best first impression to land your dream job. But are you doing everything you can in your resume to ensure that happens?

Resumes go through many hands and applicant tracking systems. While most companies have gone to a … Read More ›

Media Staffing Network Launching 0 to 3 Talent Bank

The new service is called “0 to 3 Talent Bank” and focuses on entry-level jobseekers. It serves those with less than three years’ professional experience, such as recent graduates and those who have work experience outside the media industry. MSN is now accepting resumes for entry-level positions in media sales, production, on-air talent, engineering, IT, and … Read More ›

Looking for a job? Here are some tips…

Looking for a new job while working full time can be tough. While you want to give your all to your current employer, it is almost a full-time job looking for a new one.

Here are some tips to help:

DO keep giving 100% while on the job. Try to do as much as you … Read More ›

Overcoming The Challenge of Hiring Strong Managers

By

Laurie Kahn

Many mid-size and local broadcasters face a much more difficult job when it comes to replacing or adding a new manager to their team. The perfect scenario is to grow organically and promote from within, however that is not always an option. 

It used to be a given that to grow your career you … Read More ›