Privacy Policy

Your résumé, contact information and private information you may share with us in phone conversations is not shared with any one or any entity outside of our company. The information you share is used strictly to qualify you as a client for our group. We may use this information to contact you directly in order to ascertain whether we can help you in your job search and whether you would benefit from our program.

Should you become a client of The Barrett Group, your name, background, place of employment and professional background are only distributed with your express written approval as part of our professional service to you.

We are not responsible for the actions or policies of other companies who are featured as links on our site. We recommend that all users read the privacy policies of any co-branded sites linked to ours.

We collect demographic information on our site for marketing analysis and to optimize the visitor’s experience. This information is not sold or intended to be available to any outside parties beyond our staff and associated marketing and technical professionals under contract to service our Web site.

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Third party vendors, including Google, use cookies to serve ads based on a user’s prior visits to our website.

Users may opt out of Google’s use of cookies by visiting the Google advertising opt-out page.

If you have any question regarding our policy, please call us directly at 401-921-5443.

Barrett Speaks

Our View from the Front Lines of the Job Market

Leveraging The “It” Factor

Leveraging The “It” Factor

You’ve revamped your LinkedIn profile, added new skills and credentials to your value proposition, and practiced interviewing. You’ve re-written your resume for every job opportunity, crafted your cover letters with the care of someone wooing a new love interest, and sent follow-up messages to every hiring manager you’ve met. You’ve even lost weight and refreshed your wardrobe.

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Emotional Intelligence May Be More Valuable Than Skills In The Job Search

Emotional Intelligence May Be More Valuable Than Skills In The Job Search

Knowing how to read clients and colleagues, and understanding what underlying thoughts and emotions are influencing their actions and decisions, have long been useful skills in business.

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When Hiring Managers Go Silent… Getting Ghosted!

When Hiring Managers Go Silent… Getting Ghosted!

You wrap up an engaging interview at a company and come away feeling that this position would be a great fit for you. You have the impression that the hiring manager feels the same way about you. He walks you to the door, you shake hands, say goodbye…and you never hear from him again. Ever.

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