Leaving for a Job You Love? Don’t Burn Your Past Bridges
The offer letter has come and you signed. It’s official, congrats on finding a job that you think you are going to love! The next steps are to resign from your current role so you can get into the new one. However, you
don’t want to burn your past bridges. These people could be future references or a strong network for you moving forward, especially if you work in a niche industry. You never know when you may run into, work with or need these people so you don’t want to leave your role on bad terms. Leave with grace before heading to your new opportunity.
February is Black History Month and we would like to celebrate the accomplishments of some amazing people who have made some major impacts not only in the chemical industry but everyday life.
Emmett Chappelle: Some of his many accomplishments include his contributions to the fields of medicine, philantrhopy, food science and astrochemistry. He was inducted to the National Inventors Hall of Fame for his work in bioluminescence. He Chappelle was also honored as one of the 100 most distinguished African American scientists in the 20th century. Read more about Emmett Chappelle here.
Alice Ball: Her achievements were in the fields of chemistry and medicine. Her accomplishments include the development of the most effective treatment for leprosey until the 1940’s. Ball was the first woman and African American to receive a
Master’s degree from the University of Hawaii. She was also the first female chemistry professor at the University of Hawaii. Read more about Alice Ball here.
Jeannette Brown: Her accomplishments included the development of drugs for diseases such as
tuberculosis and coccidiosis. Brown had been appointed chairperson of the Project SEED Committee for the American Chemical Society. She also published her own book in 2011: African American Women Chemists. Read more about Jeannette Brown here.
James Andrew Harris: Harris was the first Black chemist involved in the University of California, Berkley Lawrence Radiation Laboratory programs that identified and produced new elements. He is known for the discovery of rutherfordium (element 104) and dubnium (element 105). Read more about James Andrew Harris here.
SOCMA Specialty & Customs Chemical Show 2023
The SOCMA Specialty & Custom Chemicals Show is almost here! The show is March 1-3 in Nashville, TN. The Boaz Partners team will be there to discuss industry and talent trends. Be on the look out for Wes Washington, Jeff Bennett and Jason McCabe and set up a time to meet.
We hope this February brought your team lots of love and success. We would like take a moment to appreciate the hiring managers
and candidates who we have had the opportunity to connect with across the chemicals and advanced materials industries. Sending love from your recruiter valentines at Boaz Partners!
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Founded in Atlanta, Georgia, Boaz Partners is a retained executive recruitment firm providing companies with custom recruiting
solutions in the chemicals, plastics, and heavy industrial markets. Our success results from a specialized approach focusing on specific functions, industry, level, and location. Our name “Boaz Partners” refers to Ruth’s husband Boaz in the Old Testament who was known for his swiftness, integrity, and transparency, which provides the pillars of our firm’s service.
Clients and candidates are able to rely on Boaz Partners for our vast industry knowledge and proven search process to reach their hiring goals.