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Life at Symphony Talent: Say Hello to Anila Gestine

Posted by Anila Gestine on November 21, 2018 at 8:00 AM

Bob Iger, CEO of Disney, once said: “The heart and soul of the company is creativity and innovation.” And I’m proud to say that I work for an organization that is founded on those two elements.

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Life at Symphony Talent: Say Hello to Cynthia Kinnett

Posted by Cynthia Kuzniarek-Kinnett on October 11, 2018 at 10:00 AM

Why I stay in this industry and at Symphony Talent?

A job isn’t a job if you don't enjoy what you do. It’s also a known fact people like to work with people we like and respect, and we want to work for a company with a vision. I have found that with Symphony Talent.

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Life at Symphony Talent: Say Hello to Kelly Argoe

Posted by Kelly Argoe on June 13, 2018 at 8:00 AM

A nation's culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.

No, I didn’t write that. Some super smart and insightful guy by the name of Mahatma Gandhi did. You may have heard of him, may have not. Either way, the man knows his stuff.

And while Symphony Talent is not a nation, per se, it is a large aggregate of people united by a common culture (thank you, Google Dictionary). We all want to be here, we all have the same purpose, and we all want to help each other. That’s what I love about Symphony Talent. The common goal. The PEOPLE.

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Life at Symphony Talent: Say Hello to Michael Falato

Posted by Michael Falato on May 2, 2018 at 12:57 PM

Over the last 12 years, I have been typically working for small tech startups, but I found myself always wondering if they had enough to cover payroll and other bills, which was pretty stressful to say the least.   I took some time to evaluate what I wanted for my career and work environment so that I could find the right fit for me. I determined that culture, process, and good people were at the top of my priority list.


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Life at Symphony Talent: Say Hello to Meg Ruggieri

Posted by Meg Ruggieri on April 11, 2018 at 10:00 AM

I’ve spent most of my career, a wanderer.   

When I graduated college, I felt like I was walking around a pitch black room, running into walls, stubbing my toes, continuously trying the same doors and finding them locked.

I had this vision for myself in those early post-grad days, this shiny job out of an early 2000’s rom com where I have great hair and my only real responsibility is having a name on my door and an assistant who orders me green smoothies. Insert pop music. Closing credits. Retirement.

I digress.

ANYWAY, when that vision crashed and burned in a pile of 9-5, fluorescent lighted passive aggressive desk bound manila folders, I re-evaluated my career goals.

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Life at Symphony Talent: Say Hello to Ashwin Nair

Posted by Ashwin Nair on March 14, 2018 at 10:40 AM

Interviews and Introductions

It was October 2016 when Kesavan and Suchitra came to our college campus, along with several college seniors who were already working at Symphony Talent (ST). We had heard quite a bit about the culture at ST and what a cool a workplace it was.  All of us were nervous about the interview process, considering it was a big day for the future of our careers. The seniors who already worked there were very reassuring and supportive - and told us to just be ourselves.

That day, we went through a grueling yet friendly series of meetings. After several anxious hours, the results were announced. I made it through the interview process and was super excited!  I never imagined I would to be part of such a wonderful organization until Kesavan said, “Welcome Aboard!”

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