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Looking for that Next Opportunity?

With the snow starting to thaw and spring (hopefully!) right around the corner, many people are ready to gear up their job search again after doing some winter hibernating. Contract staffing, also known as temp or interim staffing, is available for candidates ranging from entry level to C-suite.

A Snowboard Crash and a Life Lesson

I had the opportunity in February to go back to Colorado. A group of friends and I take a trip to the mountains every President’s Day weekend. We hang out, go hiking, and go snowboarding and skiing. The mountains are my favorite place.

Collaboration-What’s in it for me?

The definition of collaboration is “the action of working with someone to produce or create something”. When you collaborate with others your goal is to have a successful result, but hopefully you gain something else. Here are few takeaways you can gain from collaborating with others.

Staffing Pioneer Joins Chamber’s Hall of Fame – Larry J. Courtnage

There are few times in life when you meet someone who will truly impact your life. I will never forget the day I interviewed with Larry Courtnage. On that November day in 1994 I joined his team and he affectionately became "Mr. C". During my first few years, his guidance in the form of "riddles"

Parents: How to Prepare Your Student for a Successful Career

My employer is involved with the innovative Omaha Chamber of Commerce, a dynamic organization impacting lives daily. I have the rare privilege in a week or so via their growing CareerRockit program of speaking to high school students about preparing for their future careers.

How Do Roses, Dates, and Reality TV Compare to The Staffing Industry?

Everyone seems to have at least one television show that he or she views as a guilty pleasure. My TV guilty pleasure is definitely The Bachelor. I am one of the millions of women (and men) who tune in every week to watch one man date more than 20 women at the same time.

Learn From Those Who Are Smarter Than Me

This season seems to always be about change. Through the magic of the "New Year" the calendar flips and we think forward about the better version of ourselves that we want to be. Though I am not a New Year's resolution kind of guy, I love that this idea exists so that people can use

A Reflection on my 30 Years in the Staffing Industry

I had my 30-year anniversary in the recruiting and staffing industry on December 7…yes, Pearl Harbor Day. I've often said that a year in our industry is like seven years in a "normal" business (the very same as dog years compared to people years - you do the math!).

Healthcare Executives Group Outlines Top Challenges for 2018

You can't go anywhere without hearing more about challenges of healthcare. From Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, and the Wall Street Journal to regional and local business journals the articles and blogs are endless. No matter what side you are on the costs and debacles within our government and between providers, insurance carriers, and consumers are mind

2018 IT Career Outlook: One-Third of IT Pros Plan to Seek New Jobs

You won't find a better article for breaking down the IT employment market than this article. Next year will be exciting with 32 percent of IT pros looking to make a change. And 70-75 percent of the reason for them wanting to make a change is for more money and skills growth.