CR Fletcher

2010 Greater Syracuse Business of the Year
C.R. Fletcher Associates, Inc.
Certified NYS Women-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE)

Yes, Recruiters Are Worthy of Your Business! By: Marielle Lanoir, PHR

When I asked why she had chosen to work with a recruiter rather than post on job boards, she said “because recruiters make sure your resume gets seen, while submitting via the Internet is like sending your resume into oblivion.” - Excerpt from an article published by: In The Trenches:… Read More »

Explaining an Employment Gap on Resume

There are numerous reasons as to why an individual might have a “hole” on his or her resume, whether it be for a month or 3 years.  Many have fallen victim to a lay off, downsizing or termination, some may have been forced to take time off for health related… Read More »

What are your salary requirements? By: Marielle Lanoir, PHR

You are sitting across from the hiring manager and think you have aced the first part of the interview process.  The hiring managers is smiling, you know you have done well.  All of a sudden, they ask “What are your salary requirements?”  You instantly start to become flustered and nervous.   This… Read More »

Market/Financial Analyst Openings ~ Open House 3/12/13!

CR Fletcher Associates is currently recruiting for multiple Market/Financial Analyst positions. $DOE.Outstanding opportunities for individuals that are creative, think outside the box, and have the ability to multi task at a high level. Successful candidates must possess strong analytical skills and have a desire to grow with a dynamic CNY… Read More »

March Madness ~ By: Marielle Lanoir, PHR

When you hear the phrase “March Madness” most individuals instantly think of terms including basketball, brackets, and if you live in Central New York...S.U. However, there may be a new “Madness” to think about this month....Hiring! In an article just published by the Society for Human Resource Management (, it was stated… Read More »

Can we deduct for that?… Yes! By: Marielle Lanoir, PHR

In years past, under Section 193, employers in New YorkState had strict rules which they had to follow when it came to payroll deductions from their employees wages.  Employers could only deduct from wages for reasons including: insurance premiums, contributions to bona fide charitable organizations, U.S. bonds, dues or assessments… Read More »