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Standing Out !

A nice article about the extra steps, some candidates take, to stand out from the rest of the talent pool! Click Here For Article  

News Ways of Working

The CGMA’s November 2014 report explains why companies will need to draw talent from new sources, to do so more quickly and adaptably, and to be prepared to work more closely alongside people who are external to the organisation. Organisations are increasingly finding themselves managing an “open workforce” – one in which talent and resources are spread across a complex mix of in-house teams, freelancers, contractors and external business partners. CIMA and the AICPA’s new research into …Read More

The Truth About Who Gets Hired

Contributor Liz Ryan I was not always a writer, coach, speaker and pen-and-marker fiend. I used to be a Human Resources person. I ran Human Resources departments in the startup world and the Fortune 500 world, too. I hired thousands of people, and I noticed one glaring truth about who gets hired. It doesn’t have to do with the job-seeker’s resume, clothes, age, nationality, price tag, patter, track record or …Read More


Young Americans Spend More than 10 Hours Per Day Using Technology A new study by a consumer saving website has discovered the average 18 to 30 year old American spends, on average, 10 hours and 16 minutes in front of an electronic device or screen every day… All respondents were then asked to state which tasks they undertook the most throughout the day through technology. When provided with a list …Read More

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People are quitting their jobs at a faster clip and that’s pushing small business owners to work harder to hold onto top talent…As the economy and job market improve, keeping the best employees is becoming vital for small businesses.  The trend is expected to continue. Thirty-eight percent of workers plan to change employers in the next five years, according to a 2014 survey by the management consultancy Hay Group. That’s …Read More

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