Do your policies address staffing specific third-party exposure? By Tony D’Amicantonio

  By Anonymous  |    Wed May 30, 2018

Category: Expert Advice

The staffing industry is unique in so many ways and adequately insuring risk is no exception. Many staffing companies are working with insurance carriers or brokers who do not specialize in the staffing industry, and we often find key areas of exposure not addressed correctly or addressed at all. Below...

How To Find the Best Managers in the World By Jim Stroud

  By Jim Stroud  |    Thu May 10, 2018

Category: Expert Advice, Recruiting

I tweet. I speak and I blog a lot. Pretty much about technology, social recruiting and job search strategies. Such being the case, I get a lot of questions tossed at me. For example, one question I get a lot is, "Jim, are you really that good looking? Its just...

Conflicting Messages About the Value of Education Attainment

  By Dr. Frank Burtnett  |    Thu May 10, 2018

Category: Certification, Education, Expert Advice

For years Americans have recognized degree attainment at colleges and universities as a pathway to the best jobs and the best salaries. While this position has had a fair share of critics for its elitist perspective, the earnings data has been consistently accurate. Multiple studies have reliably shown a disparity...

Lifelong Learning: A Fact of Life in the Contemporary Workplace

  By Dr. Frank Burtnett  |    Mon May 07, 2018

Category: Certification, Education, Expert Advice, Recruiting

Early in my career as K-12 educator, I encountered a middle school student who lamented over what for him had been to that point a mediocre educational experience. He summed up his experience with these words: “I’m tired of learning….I can’t wait for school to be over.” Little did my...

Closing Candidates . . . When It's a Candidates' Market

  By Anonymous  |    Mon May 07, 2018

Category: Expert Advice, Productivity, Recruiting, Technology

Knowing how to close a candidate in recruitment is difficult enough, but when it’s a candidates’ market? That can be a special kind of headache. The reasons for this difficulty in closing candidates are numerous. They include the following: • Passive, A-level candidates are typically interviewing with more than one company. • As...

Why Johnny Can't Sell

  By Terri Roeslmeier  |    Tue May 01, 2018

Category: Columns, Expert Advice

All of the boxes were checked: good education, personable, impressive resume, professional and fairly solid work history. Couple short stints were bad luck layoffs or poor career choices that dictated a quick change. No one would expect someone to stay at a job if they were miserable. Everything started out fine. ...

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