Succession Planning

  By Michael Neidle  |    Tue Dec 13, 2016

Category: Columns, Expert Advice, Recruiting, Succession Planning

As we start the New Year, succession planning is not usually on the top of ones’ mind, but should be an important consideration be it a short or longer term objective. The financial rewards for doing this right can be eye opening. For example, if you are doing $10 million...

Helping Candidates Avoid or Correct Workaholic Tendencies

  By Anonymous  |    Mon Dec 12, 2016

Category: Certification, Columns, Education, Expert Advice

Search and staffing professionals sometimes encounter individuals stressed out by their current employment and seeking a position that is consistent with their talents, one that is less demanding of their time. To be certain, being overworked is frequently cited by individuals attempting to change of occupational environments, but what if...

An Introduction to Mary B. Lucas, The Butcher's Daughter by Mary B. Lucas

  By Anonymous  |    Mon Dec 05, 2016

Category: Columns, Expert Advice, Motivational

Although I am proud of my bachelor’s degree and will forever be loyal to my Alma Mater, ultimately, nothing can compare to the letters of distinction my father bestowed upon me: my “B.D.” degree, which stands for “Butcher’s Daughter.” I earned my B.D. by spending hours seated across the butcher-block table...

Millennials in the Workplace: Animals in the Office By Tiffany Turner

  By Anonymous  |    Fri Oct 28, 2016

Category: Columns, Expert Advice

With the popularity of youtube animal videos and memes like grumpy cat, it’s safe to say animals and pets are a big part of the millennial’s lives. A Wakefield study showed the average millennial attains their first pet by the age of 21 which is much earlier they the average...

Lower Candidate Fall Off Rates in 3 Simple Steps

  By Terri Roeslmeier  |    Tue Oct 11, 2016

Category: Columns, Expert Advice, Technology

Candidate fall offs are beyond frustrating. You stake your reputation on the talents and commitment of a prospect, only to be burned when that person cuts and runs on an employment contract. Eliminating every such instance is impossible, but measures exist to lower candidate fall off rates. When fill rates...

Millennials in the Workplace: Wearables in the Workplace

  By Anonymous  |    Tue Oct 11, 2016

Category: Columns, Expert Advice, Technology

Today it seems like everywhere you turn someone is sporting the newest wearable technology. From apple watches to fitbits and beyond there are more people buying into the need for such technology. The PwC report, The Wearable Life: Connected Living in a Wearable World, stated: “By 2020, more than 75...

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