recruitAbility VP of Operations Richard Fusco shares the many lessons that he’s learned in archery that he has applied to his career in the recruiting industry.
Learn about recruitAbility CEO Nad Elias, a proud UT alum who has spent his entire career in the recruiting industry. Nad explains why he loves his job, and he offers some sage advice to companies and candidates that are trying to get ahead during COVID.
A UT alum, Richard Fusco is our VP of Operations. In his spare time, he practices archery and loves seeing live music. In our Q&A, he shares advice for companies and discusses his time mentoring in the Prison Entrepreneurship Program.
Lisa Thompson is a technical recruiting manager at recruitAbility. She’s a Texas A&M alumna who specializes in IT and software recruiting. Outside of work, she enjoys long walks with her kids and dog.
Lia Hext is a senior technical recruiter at recruitAbility, and she studied HR and Spanish at the University of Houston. She is a big-time extrovert, and she shares some excellent advice for candidates who are negotiating job offers.
Our next employee spotlight is with Sharmaine Eugenio, senior technical recruiter at recruitAbility. Sharmaine is a UT grad originally from Northern California, and she’s already traveled to 33 countries.
We’re kicking off our employee spotlight series with Scott Beardsley, recruiting manager at recruitAbility. Scott joined the company in April 2019 and has spent more than 30 years in the recruiting industry. He’s worked across all job sectors, but his specialty is tech jobs.
Everything Austin Apartments recently published a Q&A with our VP of Operations Richard Fusco. Learn more about his charity work and more.
This past July our VP Operations, Richard Fusco, led a group of University of Texas – McCombs School of Business MBAs on a service trip to the community of Palencia in Guatemala, the same community he visited last year. The trip was run by an organization Richard is a founding member of called Building Bridges…
Land that job interview within 8 seconds or you drop to the bottom of the pile. It can feel extreme but – yes, 8 seconds is the average attention span of a person. Imagine this. You are excited. Your recruiter has already identified you for the job role. You interview with the recruiter, share your…