The beginning of February is already here. Many people made New Year’s resolutions which have already gone by the wayside. We have talked a lot over the last couple of months about setting goals for 2019. What goals have you accomplished during the first month of the year? Are you already behind on those goals
I'm going to share a little secret. I don't particularly enjoy discussing compensation. There. I said it. I'm a veteran recruiter, talking to candidates and hiring managers all day, every day, about job opportunities and compensation requirements.
Years ago as I was still learning this business, I was lucky enough to meet one of the most genuine and kind candidates I’ve ever worked with. The problem for her was that she was miserable in her job. It was taking a toll on her relationships, family, and health.
This time of year, many people make New Year's resolutions, and there are a ton of articles written about that. I'm NOT going to write about New Year's resolutions! Instead, I prefer to see what I accomplished in the past 12 months and determine what I'm going to do in the next year. It's more
There are a lot of moving parts when looking for employment. Here is a list of basics to keep in mind as you search. Following these simple suggestions could help keep you on any hiring manager’s nice list this holiday season.
New Year’s resolutions are rarely ‘new,’ whether it’s weight loss, going to the gym, getting more exercise…it is likely areas that we know we should have been doing the entire time, yet did not find the time, other priorities took precedence, or we find ourselves exhausted from other people’s problems and demands.
This is the perfect time of year to sit down with your employees and discuss how they’re doing and how they’re feeling. By investing your time you could significantly increase your employee retention.
The holiday season is upon us and it is certainly one of my favorite times of the year. I love seeing the process of our neighborhood transform from the dull brown of late fall to a wintery wonderland with colorful lights and decorations.
According to Linkedin, 57 percent of the business leaders surveyed said they believe soft skills are most important. Skills and education can be obtained but translating these into influence and results requires more. The most sought after soft skills in 2018 are leadership, communication, collaboration, and time management.
In this extremely tight labor market you can increase the probability of acquiring top talent and elevating your brand by tweaking a few things.