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About Regina Kiffin

Regina Kiffin has been a freelance contract recruiter, sourcer and onboarding specialist with Peoplescout since 2014. She have almost 10 years human resources/staffing experience, which spans over several different industries (telecommunications, retail, engineering, manufacturing, and IT). Regina's hobbies are dancing (any type! she is a former professional dancer), working out, going to music and arts festivals, and traveling back and forth back to her hometown of NY to get her fix of shopping, eating, and people watching!

Turn that Volume Down! Finding Balance

One day I was talking to a colleague of mine, and in the middle of our conversation, they laughed and said something that had NOTHING to do with our present conversation.  When I looked at her quizzically, she pointed to the earpiece in her ear – she was on a call.  I nodded and understood,

By | July 9th, 2018|Categories: Opinion|0 Comments

To Contract or Not to Contract? — Contract Work V. Full-Time Employment

In today’s workforce, there are many opportunities to be a contractor, consultant, etc. (or whatever term you will be defined as).  In every industry, you can pick up a short or long-term contract in some of the biggest corporations out there – the money is great, but at what cost?  What are the advantages and

By | March 19th, 2018|Categories: Career Growth, Job Satisfaction|0 Comments

The “Mail-room Guy” Syndrome

‘I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.’  This quote, by the amazing Maya Angelou, really resonates with me.  Its parallels within corporate culture speak volumes to how one is perceived and treated based on job titles. There

By | June 13th, 2017|Categories: Career Growth, Job Satisfaction|0 Comments

The Mailroom Guy Syndrome

‘I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.’  This quote, by the amazing Maya Angelou, really resonates with me.  Its parallels within corporate culture speak volumes to how one is perceived and treated based on job titles. There

By | May 8th, 2017|Categories: Job Satisfaction|0 Comments

What’s in your Resume?

In a play on words from that credit card commercial from 10 years ago, ‘What’s in Your Wallet”, I wanted to discuss that how your experience is titled on your resume doesn’t necessarily reflect all of your true talents.  This considering, recruiters can potentially miss out on a talented candidate because if they are not

By | April 3rd, 2017|Categories: Recruiting and Sourcing|0 Comments

The Mind-Body-Work Connection – Tie It All In to Win!

I’ve always loved celebrating the New Year.  More than any other holiday, there’s a freshness to it - you have the ability to wipe the slate clean and ‘start over’ – you are filled with optimism for the shiny New Year ahead.  A popular staple for bringing in the New Year is the New Years’

By | February 6th, 2017|Categories: Job Satisfaction, Opinion|0 Comments

So your Career isn’t What you Expected – What’s Next?

So your career path isn’t’ quite going in the direction you once anticipated – what next? Picture it, you’ve done the ‘due diligence’ steps to ensure that you get that great career you wanted.  You went to college, ate Ramen noodles and pizza until you thought you were going to turn into a pepperoni, worked

By | December 28th, 2016|Categories: Career Growth|2 Comments