A professional recruiter can be one of the most important contributors to your organization’s productivity, growth, and ever-evolving staffing needs.


To provide the most responsive, personal and capable talent search and critical person placement service in the market. Using genuine passion for helping people and a highly client-centric approach, we are committed to grow companies and transform lives by placing extraordinary people with exceptional organizations.


Using a recruiter who specializes in your industry could save you hundreds of hours, a stack of cash and a swarm of headaches. The best recruiters are more than happy to accept “hard to fill” jobs on a contingency basis. Recruiters who have mastered the art of the search have fine-tuned the process and if you are serious about filling a position, they will get to work looking for your future rock star.


The foundation of the MIJ is built on trust, integrity, honesty and full disclosure. Our recruiting business model is based on QUALITY over quantity. We are not going to pepper you with a half dozen mediocre resumes. We are looking for long-term mutually beneficial client relationships with our clients. Our candidates generally stay longer, perform better, and drive more success in their jobs.

, at Bayside Harley-Davidson in Portsmouth, Va.,

Today’s candidate-driven job market is in a significant transformation. Rapidly advancing technology, evolving global competition and a massive, emerging wave of millennial job seekers are now entering the workforce or climbing the career ladder. This revolutionary change is complicating an already challenging talent search process within the motorcycle and powersports industry.

Human resources and hiring executives are facing significant shifts in how they recruit, assess, and hire candidates. HR professionals are often stretched with other responsibilities and not always available to carve out time to conduct a deep and successful candidate search. And hiring a poor fit employee isn’t just time consuming and expensive, but it can wreak havoc on an organization’s culture.