If you’re like most people applying for a new job you are well aware that companies typically do not have the time to meet each candidate who applies to their role (whether it is a Senior Project Manager or a Junior .NET Developer) in a face to face setting. Thus, you may be set […]
As the first quarter came to an end, Aquinas is proud to say we are donating $250 to the Specs for Little Hero’s charity located in Ellington, CT! We collected bottles and cans and took them to the local recycling center and put the proceeds towards our donation. At the end of the quarter staff […]
The Power of the Thank You Note You’ve completed the interview and it went really well, so what’s next? The thank you note. Thank you notes would seem like the easiest part of the interview process but can also be a challenge to write. When writing your thank you note, it should be short and […]
So you’re looking for a job (no easy task) and you want the best possible visibility. It seems to make sense that applying on your own to a position that a recruiter presented you to will increase your odds of getting that job. It won’t. What it will do is give the impression that you […]
www.specsforlittleheroes.com Aquinas Consulting not only cares about IT and Engineering staffing solutions, we care about our community. In each quarter of 2016 we are raising awareness and donating money to local charities that mean something special to us! Our first quarter of 2016 is dedicated to Specs for Little Hero’s, located in Ellington, CT. Aquinas […]
Aquinas was founded in 2000 by Thomas Mercaldo in Milford, CT. Tom began his career building the business for both GE and Keane Consulting before founding Aquinas. Why did you pick the name “Aquinas? What were your founding principles? “The name Aquinas was derived from Saint Thomas Aquinas. Thomas was a teacher of ethics and […]
So…how do you pronounce Aquinas? If we had a dollar for every person who mispronounced Aquinas, we would all be billionaires! We understand our name can be tricky to say, as we’ve heard everything from “Ahk-win-us” or “Uh-kwee-nus” or “Ahk-win-ahs”. However, the correct way is “Uh-kwahy-nuh-s”, the same pronunciation as the Saint!