The forecast is showing day after day of rain and all I can think is it's time for spring cleaning! Now I'm not here to give you tips on how to clean your garage or closet, I'm talking more along the lines of your interview process and assessment tools.
The Olympics are over and life is back to normal. No more watching handball or badminton finals at two o’clock in the morning. You know, I thought it was interesting how the media kept advertising the U.S. athletes talking about their most memorable moments of the Olympics, while all of us are wondering if Ryan
Wow, I can’t believe we’re starting a new ride for 2016! Last year was crazy when it came to finding the right individual(s) for a job. Unemployment continued to fall and every company was looking for the best and brightest and wouldn’t settle for anything else.
Recently, I have been attending a professional development class, and one of the lessons we just completed was on the topic of “Playing to Your Strengths.”
This philosophy is something Marcus Buckingham has done a significant amount of research on. During this class, we discussed various topics that outlined our current thought process. If you think
Over the last couple of years the economy has been taking an upward tick in the right direction. You can see that from consumer purchasing behavior. However, the one thing that is still behind the times are salaries that companies feel they can pay top talent and still retain them.
Throughout the last year, I have experienced many firsts when it comes to the way employees have chosen to resign from a position. Here are some examples of unacceptable and inappropriate ways to leave your job.