I spoke with Quicken Loans Recruiter Laneisha Gunn to get some insights on writing resumes and interviewing for jobs. Try these tips, and you’re bound to have a killer resume and top-notch resume skills. The job is as good as yours!
Computerworld magazine recently featured Quicken Loans CIO, Linglong He, as a member of Michigan’s CIO Kitchen Cabinet – a group of about two dozen metro Detroit IT leaders that was brought together to share ideas, innovation and best practices to better the state of Michigan. I sat down with her to get a better idea of what makes the CIO of the “#1 place in America to work in IT” tick. Here’s what I found out.
If there’s one thing I do my best to impress upon our clients, it’s how much we support our nation’s veterans. When we’re not volunteering at the VA Hospital, working in the community to help veterans, or partnering with VSOs, we’re helping veterans who are transitioning to the civilian workforce.
Quicken Loans racked in an insane amount of volunteer hours in 2013 to hundreds of non-profit groups. See how many were helped out in this year’s summary.
Happy Holidays from all of us here on the Quicken Loans Zing Blog team!
On November 15th, The Charlotte Business Journal recognized the top 77 workplaces for 2013; Quicken Loans and Quicken Loans Mortgage Services (QLMS) were named the #2 workplace in the state for the midsized division!
Earlier this month, the Detroit Free Press named Quicken Loans and Quizzle the #1 Best Place to Work in Michigan for the fourth consecutive year!
Quicken Loans is proud to announce that it we have been named a top military friendly employer for 2014 by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs Magazine. Companies on this elite list were selected based on a survey of more than 5,000 entries.
What is Veterans Day? I took an informal poll to see if anyone knew why today is what it is, and what it’s purpose is. Most people had a vague idea, but I was surprised at how many young people (in their early to mid 20s) had no clue as to the meaning of Veterans Day. “A day to thank or honor veterans and the men and women of the military for their service” is the most common response, and while it’s technically true, it really goes much deeper than that.