Why You Should Hire a Career Coach

Are you thinking about changing careers, don’t like your job, want to update your resume just in case? A career coach can help you figure out what you want to be when you grow up, update your resume, enhance your LinkedIn profile, create and execute a networking plan, prepare for an interview, negotiate salary or […]

Developing Understudies

In the theater, an understudy is a person who learns another’s role in order to be able to act as a replacement at short notice. Similarly, in business, we need succession plans to identify and develop new leaders who can replace old leaders when they leave, retire or die.

The decision to nominate individuals as high […]

Do Not Ask Job Candidates These Questions

How old are you?

When did you graduate from high school? College?

Are you married?

Are you gay?

Do you have children? Do you plan on having children? When?

Who will take care of your children when you are at work?

Is English your first language?

What country are you from?

Where were you born? Where were your parents born?

What is your religion?

Do […]

Global Talent – A Recruitment Option

Please check out this guest post by Elizabeth LaRocca, Esq.

All companies face challenges in locating and hiring the right talent. For start-up and small companies, securing employees with needed skills is vital for growth, profitability and even survival.  In a competitive market, business prospects are uncompromising in their expectations and requirements. Thus, companies at all stages […]

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Conducting Reference Checks on Potential Employees

You learn a lot about potential employees during job interviews, but performing a reference check can ensure that applicant is being honest and is a good fit for your business. Here’s how you should go about checking references and a list of questions you should ask.

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