By: Erika Weinstein, CEO, influencer, writer, coach and American “We have nothing to fear, but fear itself.” -Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 32nd President of the United States FDR spoke to something powerful in his [...]
I've been in the recruiting business for almost two decades and the question always arises: "How can we hire better and more efficiently?" I would venture to say that most of my clients believe that [...]
I know most of you reading this are going to say, “Is she kidding of course people want to work for me/our company.” If this were true, then why you are not on the list for the best places to work, have candidates knocking down the door and current employees referring their network.
When most of us think of marketing, it’s usually associated with a product or service or driving a company’s brand message to the right audience. As most of my readers know, effective marketing defines the distinctive features and benefits of products or services, but marketing is also very relevant to your job search and career advancement.
I’ve been a recruiter for 18 years and I still can’t give you the conventional scoop on how to write a resume. It seems that there are as many opinions about this subject as there are opinions about raising children.
I personally have a problem with working virtually at home. Every time the elevator comes to the seventh floor, my dog barks. My refrigerator beckons me. Short conversations with my mom, sister, and best friend all seem like a good idea.