How Large Well Managed Companies Use Modeling For Their Company

  By Michael Neidle  |    Wed May 06, 2015

Category: Expert Advice

This part of the series: “How Small and Mid Sized Firms Grow” deals with the concept of how large well managed companies use modeling for their company and do what if analysis. Any company can be broken down into the key components to describe how it operates. These are the variables...

Healthcare Reform Impacts Businesses with Unseen Costs

  By Debbie Fledderjohann  |    Tue May 05, 2015

Category: Expert Advice, Healthcare Insurance

As a professional in the business world, you are likely aware that the Affordable Care Act (ACA, also referred to as Obamacare) has a number of costs to employers and individuals, but some stick out more than others. Among the obvious requirements, individuals have to purchase health insurance or pay...

NONCOMPETITION & NONSOLICITATION AGREEMENTS IN THE PLACEMENT & STAFFING INDUSTRY by John R. Bauer

  By Anonymous  |    Tue May 05, 2015

Category: Expert Advice, Legal

Except in California, placement and staffing firms routinely require that their employees sign noncompetition and/or nonsolicitation agreements. Moreover, there are few, if any, industries that litigate over these agreements more frequently than the placement and staffing industry. Placement and staffing firms regularly sue former employees who have gone to work...

Split Placement Story:

  By Anonymous  |    Tue Apr 14, 2015

Category: Columns, Expert Advice

When NPAworldwide merged with NBN (The National Banking Network) specializing in Finance, Accounting and Banking positions I was exposed to a new group of recruiters. I am very impressed with the collection of members that I have met so far. As previously stated, the reasons for belonging to a split...

Growing Companies: ETHICS and VALUES

  By Michael Neidle  |    Wed Apr 01, 2015

Category: Columns, Expert Advice

We have read about the troubles that BP, Arthur Anderson, Enron, Lehman Brothers, and many other noted companies have gotten themselves into. We also know that this is but the tip of the iceberg and wonder how intelligent people can make such stupid decisions that either destroy their company and...

Ask Mike March 15

  By Michael Gionta  |    Mon Mar 09, 2015

Category: Columns, Expert Advice, Recruiting

Coach Mike, I just got off the phone with a potential client. She asked me: what makes you different? What sets you apart? I described to her my process of identifying 100 people, calling them all multiple times, coming up with a short list of 3 or 4 excellent candidates, etc....

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