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June 2014
We are excited to announce that we have been selected as one of Orange County Business Journal's Best Places to Work for the third time in a row!  
This county-wide survey and recognition program is dedicated to identifying and recognizing Orange County's best employers.  Awards like the Best Places to Work show that ITC's responsibility is not only to their clients, but to our employees and consultants, our most important asset.  
ITC strives to exceed our Core Values each and every day, bringing a sense of family and professionalism to our business.  We work to foster an environment that promotes teamwork, integrity, and of course, customer service.  
Thank you for your continued support.
Nicole McMackin
IT Resume Makeover:  How to Avoid Selling Yourself Short
There's a time and a place for modesty and humility -- your resume isn't one of them. That's what Cheryl Lynch-Simpson, executive career coach and resume expert with , saw when she looked at Susan Toomey's (not her real name) resume -- a talented, highly skilled project management professional who was selling herself short.

"My first impression was that Susan was dramatically underselling herself," Lynch-Simpson says. "Susan's original resume was generic. Her summary contained content that could have been true of any candidate seeking similar roles, which is always a sign to me that she wasn't doing significant 'branding,'" Lynch-Simpson says.

A personal brand is critical to set yourself apart from other candidates vying for the same position. Making sure to hone in on unique achievements, successes, skills and knowledge is key, especially for a candidate like Toomey who, while experienced, didn't have decades of work history behind her.

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Best Places to Work in IT 2014:  What employees want, what employers offer
Computerworld's annual Best Places to Work in IT list showcases the top 100 U.S. workplaces for technology professionals.

Here we've gathered some highlights from the report. On the employer side, we list the top 10 organizations for benefits, training, retention, and career development as well as the average IT budgets, IT workweeks, and more.

On the employee side, we tally up survey results from more than 23,700 IT staffers at the 100 organizations who responded to a variety of questions about benefits, career opportunities, workplace morale, and more.
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Employee Spotlight

Meet Jamie Menzies, ITC's Senior Account Manager!  Jamie comes to ITC with over 10 year in Human Resources experence and is excited to work on the staffing side of the industry.  In the past couple of weeks, Jamie has begun speaking to candidates about how ITC can help them with their job search.  She enjoys speaking with candidates to find out what they're looking for and in turn, go to market to find that position for them.  "It's extremely rewarding knowing I've helped someone find their next opportunity and helped a company find the perfect talent", she says.
Being someone originally from the Midwest, she loves doing anything by the ocean.  She enjoys traveling, cooking, working out and taking her boxer, George, running.  Her favorite movies are Elf, Dark Night Rises, and Wedding Crashers.
Welcome to the ITC family, Jamie!
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