Pay & Bill Rates - Conversations with Clients

  By Lynn Connor  |    Thu Jan 02, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Legal, Recruiting

In July of 2019, the national unemployment rate was 3.7%. Minimum wage rates are increasing across the nation. At the beginning of 2019, eighteen states began the year with higher minimum wages based on the cost of living and ten other states increased their rates due to prior approved legislation...

Making 2020 your Quantum Leap Year

  By Jon Bartos  |    Thu Jan 02, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Motivational, Recruiting

2020 looks to be a challenging year for the recruiting industry. We have record employment in every sector meaning few people searching for new jobs, more jobs available than people looking and now - voice to voice communications are at an all-time low. Ghosting, Turn Downs and Fall offs...

If Your Goal Setting Exercises Have Failed You at Some Level Before… Get Bolder And Step Up to a LONG Term Vision!

  By Michael Gionta  |    Thu Jan 02, 2020

Category: Expert Advice, Motivational, Recruiting

When I begin coaching a new recruiting firm owner client, whether a solo operator or someone scaling their business with multiple recruiters, the most overlooked step in building their business is the first stop of creating a VIVID vision for it. What, in your “mind’s eye”, does the business look...

3 Alternatives to Asking a Job Applicant About Their Salary History By Jennifer Roeslmeier

  By Anonymous  |    Thu Nov 21, 2019

Category: Expert Advice, Productivity

On September 29th, 2019, Illinois passed a new law that bans employers from asking job applicants about their salary history. The law also allows employees to discuss their salary and benefits with colleagues, which is a practice that is often frowned upon by employers. These measures are meant to...

Gift that Keeps on Giving

  By Kathleen Kurke  |    Thu Nov 21, 2019

Category: Expert Advice, Trends

It’s a beautiful thing, this crazy world of ours. There’s always something going on. The stock market is going up. Or, it’s going down. Companies are merging. Or they’re selling off a business unit. New technologies change older ways of doing business. Tariffs will ruin the holiday selling season. And...

Gift that Keeps on Giving

  By Kathleen Kurke  |    Thu Nov 21, 2019

Category: Expert Advice, Trends

It’s a beautiful thing, this crazy world of ours. There’s always something going on. The stock market is going up. Or, it’s going down. Companies are merging. Or they’re selling off a business unit. New technologies change older ways of doing business. Tariffs will ruin the holiday selling season. And...

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