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ISL Recruitment commented on Chrissy Nicholas Dooley's blog post 'Where Do New Jobs Come From?'
"This is a fascinating read and I was genuinely surprised to see such a high number of new jobs created in young businesses - it's actually very encouraging."
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Where Do New Jobs Come From?

New and young companies are the primary source of job creation in America. Over the past twenty-five years, the majority of private sector jobs have been created by businesses less than five years old. Currently, America’s 28 million small businesses create 65% of new jobs and employ over half the nation’s…See More
Wednesday
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Where Do New Jobs Come From?

New and young companies are the primary source of job creation in America. Over the past twenty-five years, the majority of private sector jobs have been created by businesses less than five years old. Currently, America’s 28 million small businesses create 65% of new jobs and employ over half the nation’s…See More
Wednesday
Chrissy Nicholas Dooley liked Nate Vickery's blog post 2016 in Numbers: Overview of Recruiting Statistics
Jan 5
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How is a 27-year-old time-management matrix relevant to today's "plugged in" workers?

Good habits never go out of style.  In 1989, fax was the fastest way to send a message and jobs were sourced via the newspaper. Today, the range of modern devices, tools and gadgets we rely on offer digital convenience with one drawback: constant distraction. Before any of today's technical devices were invented, Stephen Covey's 1989 book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, introduced a time-management matrix to evaluate tasks using two main criteria: urgency and importance. So how does…See More
Jan 5
Chrissy Nicholas Dooley posted a blog post

Santa Deserves a Raise…

A 2014 article concluded that if Santa Claus was paid for the work he does, he'd earn around $140,000 annually. We at the PeopleTicker felt that salary was way too low so we did our own analysis to determine a fair salary for one of the most sought after jobs worldwide. Our global SkillsVillage validated the…See More
Dec 14, 2016
Ryan Leary liked Chrissy Nicholas Dooley's blog post The Most Demanding (and Rewarding) Job of the Season
Dec 9, 2016
A blog post by Chrissy Nicholas Dooley was featured

The Most Demanding (and Rewarding) Job of the Season

Being a mall Santa might seem like a relatively easy job: Sit all day, put kids on your lap, listen to their Christmas list and pose for a photo. But if you ask any Santa Claus who’s worked one season at the mall, they'll tell you it's the most demanding job of the season. A day in the life of a mall Santa can be…See More
Dec 7, 2016
Chrissy Nicholas Dooley posted a blog post

The Most Demanding (and Rewarding) Job of the Season

Being a mall Santa might seem like a relatively easy job: Sit all day, put kids on your lap, listen to their Christmas list and pose for a photo. But if you ask any Santa Claus who’s worked one season at the mall, they'll tell you it's the most demanding job of the season. A day in the life of a mall Santa can be…See More
Dec 6, 2016
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Nov 22, 2016
Chrissy Nicholas Dooley posted a blog post

A History of the Holiday Bonus – When Did Cash Bonuses Become Big for Business?

Around the turn of the 20th century, the Christmas holiday represented much needed time off for factory workers, who regularly worked six days a week, 11 hours a day. Another perk of the season was the highly anticipated Christmas bonus, the extra wage or gift meant to encourage productivity and, for employers,…See More
Nov 21, 2016
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VOTE in our Twitter Poll: What Does Santa Claus Earn?

A 2014 article concluded that if Santa Claus was paid for the work he does, he'd earn around $140,000 annually. We at the PeopleTicker thought that salary sounded too low so we did our own analysis to determine a fair salary. Now we need your help, our SkillsVillage, to validate the annual salary for one of the most…See More
Nov 14, 2016
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Sep 28, 2016
Chrissy Nicholas Dooley liked james nathan's blog post Why Jimi Hendrix is my business hero
Sep 26, 2016
Chrissy Nicholas Dooley posted a blog post

Do You Know Where Tipping Originated?

Compensation Data Facts - What's What in CompensationDID YOU KNOW? History of compensation... Tipping can be traced back to the taverns of 17th century England where patrons would slip money to waiters "To Insure Promptitude" or T.I.P. for short. When upper-class Americans started traveling to Europe after the Civil…See More
Sep 26, 2016
Chrissy Nicholas Dooley posted a blog post

History of Compensation: European Leagues and American Soccer

Compensation Data Facts - What's What in CompensationDID YOU KNOW? History of compensation... The most notable difference between European soccer leagues and United States professional sports associations (with the exception of Major League Baseball) is the existence of salary caps in America. These restrict the…See More
Sep 22, 2016

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Chrissy
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Dooley
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Chrissy Nicholas Dooley's Blog

Where Do New Jobs Come From?

Posted on January 11, 2017 at 8:58am 1 Comment

New and young companies are the primary source of job creation in America. Over the past twenty-five years, the majority of private sector jobs have been created by businesses less…

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How is a 27-year-old time-management matrix relevant to today's "plugged in" workers?

Posted on January 5, 2017 at 9:16pm 0 Comments

Good habits never go out of style.  

In 1989, fax was the fastest way to send a message and jobs were sourced via the newspaper. Today, the range of modern devices, tools and gadgets we rely on offer digital convenience with one drawback: constant distraction. Before any of today's technical devices were…

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Santa Deserves a Raise…

Posted on December 14, 2016 at 9:21am 0 Comments

A 2014 article concluded that if Santa Claus was paid for the work he does, he'd earn around $140,000 annually. We at the PeopleTicker felt that salary was way too low so we did our own analysis to determine a fair salary for one of the most sought after jobs worldwide. Our…

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The Most Demanding (and Rewarding) Job of the Season

Posted on December 6, 2016 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

Being a mall Santa might seem like a relatively easy job: Sit all day, put kids on your lap, listen to their Christmas list and pose for a photo. But if you ask any Santa Claus who’s worked one season at the mall, they'll tell you it's the most demanding job of the season. A…

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