About Henry Glickel

In his 20 plus years of recruiting, Henry has successfully conducted over 1000 searches in the area of sales, accounting/finance, IT, Human Resources, Client Services, Managers, Vice Presidents, and members of the C-suite and Board of Directors for small and large private and public companies. Henry was awarded “Most Valuable Player” by the president of BAO. In 2009 Henry earned the Certified Employee Retention Specialist (CERS) designation from the National Association of Personnel Services. The CERS credential (along with the CPC and CTS certifications) are the only national designations recognized globally by the personnel services and staffing industry. At the time of the designation, Henry was one of only 40 staffing professionals to have the designation. Currently, Henry is a Board of Director for the National Association of Personnel Services as well as their trainer for the immersion CERS training and certification. In 2012, Henry was named the H. Michael Boyd Excellence in Employment by the Association of Employment Professionals. An acknowledged leader in the industry, Henry has been published several times and is the author of the book “The Power of Proactive Recruiting”, available in written, eBook and audiobook on Amazon, Itunes and Lulu Press.


Why Do Companies Have Job Opening and No Candidates Interested?

  By Henry Glickel  |    Fri Sep 11, 2020

Category: Articles

Companies with open jobs and no candidates to hire. Employers across the USA have positions to fill, cash to spend and benefits to offer - even during a pandemic. And despite an economy that’s trying to bounce back, many companies are seeking candidates to help meet...

Hiring and Managing Millennials

  By Henry Glickel  |    Wed Aug 12, 2020

Category: Articles

On any given sporting team there is a variety of players with different specialties- talents that are natural and some that are taught. There are problem solvers, planners, leaders, executes, and more that make the game move forward. Similar to a team of athletes, employees work...

4 Interview Questions That Ask For Examples Of Work Experience

  By Henry Glickel  |    Mon Jul 27, 2020

Category: Articles

Interviews shouldn't have to be daunting ...for both the interviewer and the candidates. We've heard interviewing compared to a tennis match. The ball gets hit back and forth, rather effortlessly. You can hear the swoosh and the bounce of the ball. An interview should be like a casual...

Virtual Interview Questions You Might Want to Be Asking

  By Henry Glickel  |    Sat Jul 04, 2020

Category: Articles

For many, working from home has become the new normal. Whether you're used to that process or are still working to refine your focus, time management, and organization skills from a remote setting, each of us is finding our way navigating a much different work/life than just a...

4 Ways to Be Sure Your New Hire Has a Great First Day

  By Henry Glickel  |    Sat May 09, 2020

Category: Articles

First days can be a little nerve-wracking for everyone involved. You obviously want your new employee to love the job & fit right in, and they most likely want the same things. With a little-advanced preparation, you can set your new hire up for a great first...

Negotiating Job Offers As A Hiring Manager

  By Henry Glickel  |    Mon Apr 20, 2020

Category: Articles

As a hiring manager, finding the right fit for your company is only half of the struggle. After all, once the candidate has been recruited and screened, you need to make them an offer that’s impossible or at least tough for them to refuse....

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