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The Importance of Hiring A-Players

At gap intelligence we take pride in ‘doing great’ for each other, our clients, and our community. When doing great for each other, we must recruit talented and dedicated employees who will give our organization the best opportunity to grow. It’s not just important to get the right people on the bus, but the right ...

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Hunger for Life, Not for Food

When most out-of-towners think of San Diego, home to gap intelligence, they probably picture sandy beaches and maybe even some of the country’s most famous craft breweries. Well, that’s basically accurate. Our office is perfectly positioned within sunny San Diego’s Liberty Station – a restaurant-packed, beautifully ...

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Words with Herbs - Christine Insabella

1) Name

Christine Insabella

2) How did you get to gap intelligence?

After growing up in Columbus, Ohio, I finally decided that I had had enough of the bitter cold and moved to San Diego 4 years ago on a whim. I drove out here with my kitten Otis and posted up in a hotel in PB since I didn’t know anyone and didn’t have a job lined up ...

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A Change of Pace

Among the many perks of working at a place like gap intelligence, where employees are valued as individuals and treated as respected team members, is that a big change in your life doesn't necessarily have to mean big a career change too. Recently, my family and I moved from gap intelligence's home base of San Diego, ...

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Words with Herbs - Jennifer Osborn

1) Name:

Jennifer Osborn

2) How did you get to gap intelligence?

After 21 years in the retail industry, I found myself with an opportunity to change careers. I came across an open position at gap intelligence that was shared on Facebook from current employee, and long time friend, Adrienne Spear. I researched gap intelligence through its ...

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Words with Herbs - Stefani Zaki

1) Name:

Stefani Zaki

2) How did you get to gap intelligence?

I graduated from San Diego State in 2016 with a degree in Communication and was eager to start a big girl job with my big girl brain. Growing up, I have always been passionate about helping people who are less fortunate and I wanted to develop my career in that field. I started ...

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Ethical Recruiting in a Ruthless Job Market

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, national unemployment rates have dropped from 9.8% in 2010 to 3.9% as of April 30, 2018, creating a tight maket. The dilemma of employers is how to adapt to a smaller pool of applicants, while recruting top talent. Additionally, how do companies aggressively go after the best candidates ...

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Words With Herbs - Michael Bousquet

Name:

Michael Bousquet

How did you get to gap intelligence? 

About a year ago, I started playing tennis with a guy who would not stop talking about this awesome company called gap intelligence. His fondness seemed to grow even more when he would talk about the CEO, a Texas A&M grad like himself. Besides having my first exposure to ...

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