Veterans make great business leaders. Employers know it. As a result, veteran recruiting goals have grown exponentially over the past few years. And as more and more military veterans return home after serving our country abroad, they are heading to graduate business schools to earn their…Continue
Added by Ryan Pratt on November 12, 2012 at 12:00pm — No Comments
I have had great mentors and teachers, who have taught me invaluable business and life lessons. However, the one who has taught me the most in the least amount of time has been my three year old. A mother is often a child’s first teacher, but on this mother’s day, I want to recognize the career lessons I received from my precious toddler.
Added by Deepa on May 13, 2012 at 11:54am — No Comments
This morning, I realized that I still have a lot of work to do before the holiday. It's Thursday...technically mid-week for a recruiter. Long line recruiting, local interviews, and client calls are all on my plate for today. Not to mention our VP will be in town the next two days...right before I go on vacation for a week to refresh.
The point is, I am working up to the buzzer. Every recruiter, no matter what industry or what experience level, can slack at this point in the week,…Continue
You shined in your interviews and landed a new job! The interviews you went on were your first and only time to make a great first impression on important people at the company. Since you were offered the job, they clearly had a great first impression of you! Now it’s important that you maintain that.
Here are some tips for a successful first…Continue
by Traci K and BrightMove Staffing Software and Recruiting Software
My Pay It Forward post was spurred by reading an article on putting an employee’s future potential ahead of a company’s immediate gain. Perhaps the reason for the impact that article made was the recognition that, due to the effects of this…Continue
Added by Michael Brandt on February 16, 2011 at 8:03am — No Comments
[Note: This was written as we are getting pelted with snow and freezing rain for the past two days in Boston]
As a kid, I loved snow days. It was a free day to play outside with friends and just simply not doing anything productive. It was just pure fun. The problem was that instead of doing homework with some free moments during the day, I would always wait till the last minute and have a race to the finish to get it completed.
As an adult, I see…Continue
Added by Chris Brablc on February 2, 2011 at 2:17pm — No Comments
Practice what you preach