Category: Holiday

The Most Wonderful Workstation of the Year

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This December, we started a new holiday tradition. With lights, [fake] snow, gingerbread houses, and more, our office transformed into a winter wonderland. In effort to be crowned The Most Wonderful Workstation of the Year, each division decorated its workspace, which spread holiday spirit near and far. Each space was judged on creativity, but to add a twist, we offered a People’s Choice award. Employees purchased tickets to cast their votes and all proceeds benefitted Toys for Tots.

‘Tis the Season

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2018 has been a year to remember, and we would like to express our appreciation to all of our clients and candidates, who have helped make it remarkable. We have opened new offices, been recognized as one of the best professional recruiting firms, and continue to set plans for the year ahead. We would like to share some of this year’s highlights and wish you a Happy Holiday from all of us here at Solomon Page.


Timeline of important company events during 2018.

Giving Thanks

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With Thanksgiving just days away and the holiday season nearly upon us, we are reflecting on the contributions we’ve been fortunate enough to make to our communities this year. At Solomon Page, we are especially grateful that we have the ability to support nonprofit organizations doing incredible work. In 2018, we were able to…



Most of all, we are thankful for the meaningful, long-standing relationships we share with our clients and candidates, some spanning nearly three decades. It is because of you that all of this is possible.

From all of us at Solomon Page, we wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving.

Happy Thanksgiving

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At Solomon Page, we have a lot to be thankful for this year⎯
including the meaningful, long-standing relationships we share with our clients and candidates. In this season of giving thanks, we most wanted to share our gratitude for the…
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Business is a Battlefield: Veterans in the Workforce

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Each November 11th we observe Veterans Day, a national holiday honoring military service members and veterans who help protect our nation and personal freedoms. It’s no secret that veterans make great employeesand not just in government jobs. Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) shares their experiences and insights about hiring veterans as employees. Here’s what they had to say.

Our military service members are a cut above. They risk their lives and sacrifice family togetherness to protect our freedoms. Military training results in skilled team players who execute tasks efficiently and effectively. They’re polite, respectful, responsible and accountable. Delivering excellence is second-nature, even in the face of uncertainty, exhaustion or fear. And they achieve all of this with a work ethic that’s off the charts. No wonder veterans are highly sought-after employees!

It’s easy to draw parallels between the work world and the battlefield.

“Competition is tough. So is the military. An entrepreneur cannot succeed without a dedicated group behind them. Imagine if:

  • Your company had the ‘failure is not an option’ drive of the Navy Seals.
  • Each team member approached a client or sales call with the strategy and precision of a military operation.
  • Your company culture demanded the ‘service before self’ and ‘no man left behind’ values of the Green Berets.

That’s what ‘Battlefield to Boardroom’ leadership and veterans can bring to your organization.”   ― Victoria R. Bondoc, President, Gemini

“We founded our company specifically to hire veterans and service-disabled veterans. We learned that above all else, veterans returning from the battlefield want a good job where they can once again be a contributing member of a team.” ― Jose M. Perez, President/Founder, Frontline Support Solutions, LLC

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Here are 9 Important Trivia Facts About Labor Day

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Labor Day is a time to sit back and relax with friends and family, and that’s all thanks to the Labor Movement that dates back to move than 100 years ago. While you’re enjoying the last of the nice weather (depending on where you live) kick back with some fun facts about how the holiday got started, courtesy of Do Something.

1. Americans used to work 12-hours, 7 days a week in the 19th century. These excruciating work conditions is why the labor movement started.

2. It wasn’t just adults who used to work, either. Children as young as 5 or 6 years old worked in factories and mills throughout the nation.

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