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Candidates, Sharpen Your Pencils!

Today’s employers are using as many tools as are available to them to ensure that they hire the right person for their open position. And this includes assessments. Quick, easy and inexpensive to administer, assessments are used by companies to … Continue reading

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How Do You Manage a Virtual Workforce?

I recently had the honor of speaking to an amazing group of female insurance executives in New York City. Prior to speaking, one of AIG’s C-suite leaders, the only male in the room, discussed recruiting and retention challenges for females … Continue reading

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Recruiting Help for Commodity Positions

No one would argue that a new VP of Sales or Operations is a key hire. After all, they probably have a hefty six-figure salary and will manage hundreds of staff members. The impact of a bad hire is potentially … Continue reading

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U.S. Work/Life Balance vs. Rest of the World

When I first graduated from university in England, I started at an entry level position with a 10 person company. The pay was average (£10,500 back in 1990 if I remember correctly), and I had an average vacation allowance of … Continue reading

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