Before delving into this, let me preface by saying I do not support change for changes' sake. I will, however, give a full and complete endorsement of necessary change and how it improves our lives. It's one constant that we can count on in our lives and the sooner we're able to accept and adapt to it, the sooner we can benefit from what change brings.
Traditional problem-solving methods taught in business schools serve us well for some of the everyday challenges of business, but they tend to be ineffective with problems involving a high degree of uncertainty. Why? Because, more often than not, these tools are based on a flawed model of human behavior.
It's no secret your online profile is more public now, than ever before. Between Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, these 3 sites represent the top 10 most visited sites in the world. There is no surprise that your current and potential future employer are using this public data to conduct due diligence before hiring.
By now it's clear that whether you're promoting a business, a product, or yourself, social media is near the top of what determines your success or failure. And there are countless pundits, authors, and consultants eager to advise you. Who's the one to advise you best?
The early results are in. In 2014, Seattle passed an increase to the minimum wage, increasing hourly earnings to $15 per hour. As the plan has been phased in, April 2015 marked the first increase: employers with 500 or more employees must increase their minimum wage to $13 per hour while smaller companies without benefits must pay $12 per hour.
The overall unemployment rate increased slightly in March to 5 percent. According to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, US manufacturing employment decreased by 29,000 while retail employment increased. On the positive side, hourly earnings increased 0.3 percent from the previous month and
They are out there – some working from home and others working for Walmart-sized firms. Calling, emailing, and stopping by to visit you in person recruiting agencies are growing as the employment market becomes more competitive. How do you know which to select?
Trying to find the perfect candidate with requirements out of balance? As silly as this may seem, this is a strategy used in recruiting which can hamstring hiring managers. Here are 5 tips for maintaining balance with hiring managers.
Robb Callon from Blue Point Search interview NY Times Bestselling Author, social media personality and top sales trainer Grant Cardone on tips for millennials to get hired in their job search. Grant covers tips for getting hired, how to ace an interview, and how to close.
3 out of 4 C level Executives believe candidates with sports in their background will do better professionally. Determination, sacrifice, and a never give up attitude. These are just a few of the top 9 reasons to HIRE athletes.
If we were to take a formal audit of your best and brightest against the low performing team members, where would the majority come from? The adage, “Good people know good people” can come to mind when tracing the source of your best hires.
Interview Tips, stats, and suggestions to improve your skills and increase chances of landing the job. Doing your research before interviewing is critical and these interview tips can make the difference in landing the job.
Hiring the right candidate is difficult. At times it may seem as though the stars need to align to find the perfect candidate. Add in curve-balls, business climate, and general “life” happening, and hiring can go from something exciting to potentially your biggest headache.