This week’s guest ended up recruiting by chance, and he deeply fell in love with it!
Drew Errington came on the show to talk about his work in this field. Since the beginning of his career, he has had to deal with companies merging and being acquired. Drew's best advice is that decisions will be made one way or another, but how you react to them will ultimately establish who you are. In addition, companies are also confronted with a new challenge: returning to the workplace. Drew discusses his feelings about unemployment and how a terrible situation may sometimes blossom into something beautiful. Finally, he shares advice for people that are searching for new job opportunities.
Join this conversation about the ups and downs of life, and how to navigate them!
About our Guest - Drew Errington
Drew Errington is the Managing Director of Professional Staffing in the Denver office. A former Accountant, he has more than a decade of experience in executive search, temporary and consultant services, specializing in finance and accounting.
Prior to joining Century Group, Drew managed all Colorado operations for an International, publicly-traded search firm where he was recognized as a President’s Club winner. Drew is active in the local community and coaches Youth Hockey. He also served on the inaugural Steering Committee for The CFO Leadership Council’s Denver chapter.
Drew received a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Northern Colorado.
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Some people that work in recruiting didn’t go to school for that.
It is acceptable to receive change and embrace it.
The dilemma for young people lies in the fact of trying to figure out what they want to do for the next 50 or 60 years.
Business decisions are made every day and most of the time, employees are affected by them.
Covid has shown the value of spending time with family and the balance of work and life.
Some employers are pushing the idea of going back to the offices.
Many families put their life savings into their businesses.
Self-owned businesses had a really hard time during the pandemic.
There is also beauty in unemployment.
“In life, the difference between winning and losing is in the details.” - “Dumplin”
A big part of life is how you react to the things that happen to you.
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