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Q1 2021 has been as busy at TRU as any in our history. We have filled more positions in Q1 2021 than in any Q1 in over ten years. Hiring speed has accelerated to unprecedented levels, with executive-level roles filling in three to six weeks and mid-market to entry-level positions filling in days. With hiring for most roles still being remote and anywhere in the country, the volume and availability of talent have made the hiring processes move at warp speed in verticals with need. Let’s be clear—there is no shortage of demand for e-discovery, data privacy and protection, and cybersecurity talent.

Thursday, 08 April, 2021
Balancing Privacy, Quality and Unbiased Data Is Difficult, but Not Impossible

The road for companies to ethically—and accurately—collect personal data will require greater transparency as more data privacy regulations and concerns arise, according to privacy experts.

On Tuesday [April 6, 2021], the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) held the virtual “The Ethics of Leveraging Data to Improve Diversity and Inclusion” panel, moderated by TRU founder and CEO Jared Coseglia, to discuss the emerging challenges and opportunities to ethically collect and track personal data. reporter Victoria Hudgins covered the event.

TRU event covered in The Recorder and Legaltech News

Thursday, 08 April, 2021
Why NOW Is the Best Time in 20 Years to Make a Job Move in e-Discovery

In less than three months, the e-discovery job market has gone from a client-driven context rife with pandemic hesitation, budgetary constraints, and lack of headcount approvals to the fastest, most voluminous season of hiring in over twenty years. Right now, the e-discovery job market is 100% a candidate’s market. The tables have turned. Here is how it happened and why right now is the single best time to take your career to market in over twenty years. Read the full article HERE!

Thursday, 08 April, 2021
Press Releases
ACEDS and TRU Staffing Partners Announce Expanded Partnership

TRU Staffing Partners, a globally recognized award-winning search firm representing talent and opportunities in data privacy, cybersecurity, and e-discovery, today announced a renewed and enhanced partnership with the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), the world’s premier e-discovery training and certification professional association and part of The BARBRI Group. After several years evangelizing continuing education and certification as well as providing occasional career webinars, ACEDS and TRU have committed to expanding their partnership with a quarterly webinar and a monthly blog.

Wednesday, 07 April, 2021
TRU Tips

The best way to train a salesperson is to help them make a sale.

TOP 3 Most Successful Sales Training Strategies In ESI
  • Shadowing a top performer (“apprenticing”)
  • Starting as an Account Manager and moving into Sales
  • Converting Project Managers into Account Managers, then moving them to Sales
Wednesday, 07 April, 2021

TRU will be moderating "The Ethics of Leveraging Data to Improve Diversity and Inclusion" at IAPP GPS 2021 on April 6 at 1:00pm ET. As diversity and inclusion is finally being celebrated and considered as a meaningful value-add to corporate structures, the privacy implications of ensuring a representative workforce are plentiful. This panel, led by diversity and inclusion champions and privacy pros throughout various industry verticals from retail to manufacturing will walk the audience through ethical ways to encourage and track diversity in the workplace, and how tracking this personal data creates a stronger workplace. Including topics such as tracking diversity with those who do not wish to self-identify, who has access to diversity data, and the most ethical way to keep and store data relating to diversity information and leveraging that data to improve but not exploit, the audience will walk away from this panel with a stronger understanding of how to utilize diversity data to create a stronger, more representative workforce. Registration is available HERE!

Tuesday, 06 April, 2021
The Legal Assistants of Tomorrow Might Not Look Like Assistants at All

As COVID-19 disrupted law offices across the world over the past year, attorneys learned to work in a new way: on Zoom calls, in Slack and Microsoft Teams chats and, crucially, with spouses, children and pets as co-workers instead of legal secretaries and law librarians. And, because Fido isn’t particularly adept at data entry, many lawyers also found their plates full with administrative tasks that used to be handled by others.

So what does this portend for the assistants who once took care of everything that wasn't billable? Zach Warren and Victoria Hudgens asked TRU founder and CEO Jared Coseglia to help them answer that question.

Jared Coseglia quoted in The American Lawyer

Wednesday, 31 March, 2021
TRU Tips

Employers want job seekers to articulate the milestones achieved or obstacles overcome during the pandemic year on their resume.

TOP 3 Ways To Celebrate Your Pandemic Successes On Your Resume
  • List all new certifications and/or continuing education.
  • Specify what adjustments you made to carry on (working from home, using new communication tools, etc.).
  • Note special projects completed during the pandemic.
Wednesday, 31 March, 2021
TRU on WWJ950 Radio
Wednesday, 31 March, 2021