Green Key Resources is proud to announce we have officially opened an office in the heart of Morristown, New Jersey! We believe this new office location will benefit all employees and candidates in the surrounding area.  

“We have a lot of New Jersey based clients,” says Patrick Friel, Director of Accounting + Finance. “It’s important to continue to expand our New Jersey expertise, especially as employees continue to return to physical offices. Having a presence in New Jersey is going to be beneficial to our current and future clients.” 

Green Key Resources works with a variety of clients and candidates in fields such as Healthcare, Pharma, Professional Support, Accounting + Finance, Architecture and Engineering, Information Technology, and more. The main purpose of the New Jersey office is to serve a new territory in recruiting, especially within Accounting + Finance.  

“With the shift in workforce priorities to reduce commute time and enhance work-life balance, New Jersey is a booming hiring market, especially for Accounting and Finance” said Brian Blake, Senior Partner at Green Key Resources.  

The team working out of the New Jersey office are a talented group of experienced recruiters, but with the high demand for talent with Green Key’s expanding list of clients, the team hopes to grow even more in the coming months.  

“We are thrilled about our expanded presence in Morristown, New Jersey,” said Tony Giarratana, Senior Partner at Green Key Resources. “There is so much potential here. Our goal is to expand our business in this new area and we’re looking for talented and driven recruiters who can make a real impact with our New Jersey team.” 

We encourage you to connect with one of our talented recruiters working out of New Jersey, including Patrick Friel, Mike Glock, James Whitehead, Rachel Azzolini, and Lauren Rush

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Thank You Team For All You Do!

In the press of business, while we’re rushing from one meeting to another, answering emails, hustling to get another report done by the deadline, it’s easy to forget to say “Thank you.” That’s why 25 years ago today was declared Employee Appreciation Day.

We all know how important it is to recognize each other for the contributions we make. It’s especially important for managers to acknowledge not only the special efforts employees make, but their day-to-day performance. Because it’s what people do each day that make a team, a department, a division and ultimately the entire organization successful.

Dr. Bob Nelson understood this when he wrote 1001 Ways to Reward Employees in 1994. Realizing that managers too often neglect offering even a simple thanks for a job well done, he came up the idea of a day to encourage bosses to recognize their team.

“I’m a big advocate of using recognition on a daily basis,” Nelson told Business Insider. “By no means is Employee Appreciation Day meant to be this one day to thank people or this one day to bring in doughnuts… But I did want to have one day where we could call attention to the topic and have conversations about its importance.”

As you can tell by reading this blog post, he was successful. Appreciation and recognition have become indispensable parts of good management. Dozens, perhaps hundreds of studies tell us recognition is as essential as a fair wage to a motivated workforce.

At Green Key Resources we try hard to remember to say “Thank You” and to show appreciation for the good work everyone does.

In honor of today, we want to publicly take the opportunity to say

Thank You everyone!

We appreciate your hard work, dedication and loyalty. The contribution of each team member is what makes us the organization we are.

Thank you for all you do!

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Jun 6, 2023

Happy Hanukkah!

Whether you spell Hanukkah or Chanukah or one of the many other ways, for Jewish families all across the world tonight begins a time of joy and celebrating with food, gifts and games. After this last year, who wouldn’t welcome a joyful celebration!

Hanukkah begins with the lighting of the first of the menorah candles. For each of the next seven nights, an additional candle is lit until all 8 are glowing. For that reason Hanukkah is also known as the Festival of Lights. It celebrates the victory over a Greek army by a small group of Jewish warriors. In rededicating the Jerusalem temple, they found only a small amount of sacred oil to light the menorah. Miraculously, the oil burned for 8 days.

To all friends who celebrate the holiday we say Chanukah Sameach!

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