Encourage the users to
leave their e-mails.
Let them know what kind of content they will receive.
Put in some details about your campaign and list the reasons to sign up.
Don’t forget the final call to action.
Judy is IQ PARTNERS’ glue, having managed its office with enthusiasm, conviction and sensitivity for the past 8+ years. She is a versatile manager of all things in her space, an intuitive computer programmer and technician, and a creator of fun and team spirit.
After graduating from Ryerson with her BAA (Interior Design), she set sail to Florida. Returning to a job slump in Toronto, she worked in hospitality management before returning to post-graduate school at ITI to discover her inner-geek and find a career. She soon found IQ PARTNERS, where she has mastered each part of the business, from accounting to tech to client and candidate communications to moving and building.
Being the “Judy of all trades” is her passion. Whether it’s in customer service, training, executive assistance, career/candidate/client management, solving problems or morale boosting, she always knows what and where, when and how, and sometimes why.
Problem solving, customer service, a real people person.
Knowledge storehouse, versatile, creative, and a get-it-done approach.
Lattes, being clumsy (at times), easily distracted, problems letting go, and being too reliant on spell check.
Before home ownership: bike riding, camping, movies, reading, and relaxing with good friends. And of course, the bi-annual trip to Cuba. After home ownership: Painting, sanding, weeding, fixing, cleaning, and relaxing with the neighbours.
Check out Judy’s blog posts Recruiters Tips: Top 5 Email Blunders and How to Avoid Them & Deck the Office With Holiday Cheer.