“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn”. – Benjamin Franklin. This quote greets visitors to the training center at our corporate offices. I am spending the week with a group of new hires in our quarterly Technical Recruiter training class. I am always struck by this quote […] Read Article “Integration vs. Orientation: How to Make New Hires Successful”
When I took on my new role as On-Site Manager, I inherited my very first employee-with-a-dotted-line responsibility. I’m not technically her supervisor; but she will look to me for training, guidance and new tasks. They often say that people don’t leave jobs: they leave bosses; so I was intent on making sure that she would like […] Read Article “Management & Job Design: How to Ensure Your Employees Actually Like Coming to Work”
Believe it or not, it has been 30 days since our social media tips comment contest started! We’d like to send a big thank you out to everyone who submitted a suggestion and offer our congratulations to Christi Karvasek! Christi, you’ve just won yourself a $25 Dunkin’ Donuts gift card–enjoy! Someone from our team will […] Read Article “Winner of the Social Media Career Tips Comment Contest”
In April, United States economists were somewhat alarmed by the findings of the BLS’ “The Employment Situation – March 2012” report, which found that only 120,000 positions had been added to the national economy in March.
Prior to the release of EMEA’s latest confidence, inflation, and employment figures, a majority of global economists were unsure of what to anticipate.
Ever since the worldwide economic recession drew to a close in 2008, a series of untimely events have repeatedly shaken Asia Pacific’s financial infrastructure.
As the responsibilities of the day hijack our schedules and strategy defers to reactivity, interpersonal relationships and common courtesy are often neglected faster than Mark Sanchez after his first pick-6.
In the six years since I left the hallowed halls of UConn (Go Huskies!) so much has already changed. In 2006, your grandma couldn’t use Facebook yet and there was no such thing as Twitter or Pinterest. In 2012 things are different. This freshman workforce has to contend with fierce competition from their peers and […] Read Article “Life after college for the class of 2012”
On a cold December night in 2003, a close friend (and Naval Reservist) persuaded me to attend a social at a military base. Never having been to a military base, I wasn’t quite sure what I was getting myself into. The idea of dating a military man did not interest me at all. It wasn’t […] Read Article “Military Spouse Appreciation Day”
Maintaining good client relationships is a huge part of our business and having a plan in place to manage those relationships is critical for success. A very accomplished colleague of mine taught me the “ASAP” customer service model below – and it WORKS.