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Kristina Finseth is a Veteran-turned-Recruiter-turned-Marketing Content Writer with Phenom People, a leading HR & recruiting technology company based out of Horsham, PA.  Over the last 5 years, she's recruited across multiple industries including tech, education, manufacturing, and logistics.  Kristina also holds her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Human Resources.  She is passionate about and well-versed in the HR, Talent Acquisition, and Recruiting spaces.

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Articles by Kristina Finseth



We’ve been talking about the skills gap for a little while now, and it’s clear that the gap isn’t closing any time soon. Some of the industries hit the hardest by the skills gap include manufacturing, technology, engineering, and healthcare.

December 7, 2017

There’s been a lot of focus lately on candidate experience, but more and more organizations are beginning to look at ways to improve the experience of their greatest asset – their people. Tying back into employee satisfaction, motivation and retention; organizations are developing strategies to improve their employee experience.

August 28, 2017



As if Google Jobs wasn’t a big enough announcement to disrupt the recruiting industry, now there’s a new recruiting tool in town – Google Hire. Announced last week, Hire is a service provided by Google that enables organizations to seamlessly manage their recruiting process.

August 7, 2017


It’s amazing how much can change over the course of five years. Back in 2012, I had my first taste of recruiting while working for one of the largest third-party logistics company - NFI. My first recruiting boss? Glenn Manko.

April 28, 2017



If you have read any of my past articles and posts, I tend to write quite a bit about the issues associated with the recruiting industry. Some of the main issues with the recruiting industry center on one of the following:

March 10, 2017



As a job-seeker, making it to the interview stage for a potential career opportunity is serious business.  This is your opportunity to feel out the company, the hiring manager, and the role in a more intimate fashion. 

January 9, 2017