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Job Seekers – How to spend time effectively

Looking for a job can be a taxing experience. The way you handle your day can lead you to either stress or peace. (If you are still in the job and looking for a change, you still need to juggle manage your day, priorities and continue the search. ) First, let’s tackle what to do […]

Tapping Into the Contingent Workforce

A report from Ardent Partners found that “35% of today’s total workforce is considered non-employee: freelance, independent, external, extended, contingent, etc.” In addition, “95% of organizations today perceiving their contingent workforce as important and vital not only to day-to-day operations, but also to ultimate enterprise success and growth.” This is a new staffing model for […]

Making Them an Offer They Can’t Refuse

Once you’ve found a top candidate you want to boost the odds that they’ll accept your offer. But, data tells us that up to 39% of job offers are rejected. Why? John Zappe, contributing editor of ERE.net, calls it the “too low and too slow” syndrome: 39% of the time candidates reject an offer because they’re received another offer (too slow); 29% of the time because the compensation/benefits package didn’t meet their expectations (too low). We offer some guidance on improving in these two areas.

The Future is Bright – My Speaking Engagement for the FIRST Robotics Team 1923 / The MidKnight Inventors

This week, I was invited to speak before the West Windsor Plainsboro High School North students. They all are part of firstrobotics1923.org, the MidKnight Inventors who are a FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) robotics team based out of the West Windsor-Plainsboro School District in New Jersey. I must say it was […]

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