Stressful moments can leave you thinking, “If only my startup had just one more employee!” But before you make a move, consider these five reasons to delay hiring your first employee. The post Hiring Your First Employee? 5 Good Reasons to Wait appeared first on Brazen Life.
Email is one of the most used communication tools in business. It allows us to connect with each other whenever we want and gives us the ability to work together sharing our files or notes from wherever we are. Also, it is fast and easy to use making it very popular. Show More Summary
Organizations are facing some unique challenges when it comes to talent. The Boomer generation is planning to leave the workforce (or at least transition to part-time or semi-retirement). Companies want to make sure their organizational knowledge and history is passed along to new employees, who will lead the organization forward. Show More Summary
Some of you may have remembered that last year we went hiking with Donkeys in southern France. We had such a good time we decided to do it again, but on a more difficult trail. That was dumb. So, for that week where I totally disappeared, that’s what I was doing. I had planned to […]
The travel nursing contract process is rife with pitfalls. We discuss "verbal contacts" and offer 8 items to consider for every contract. The post TTATN 011: The Travel Nursing Contract Process appeared first on BluePipes Blog.
Starting a business is an exciting and scary process. In order to be successful, entrepreneurs need to plan ahead and be prepared for challenges along the way. By understanding these typical mishaps you can reduce the risk of falling short and keep your business growing at a steady rate. This is a guest post by [...]Show More Summary
This is a guest post by Michelle Bata. To attract college graduates, you have to understand them. Today’s college graduates have many of options – including the option to opt out of traditional employment. Therefore, constructing job postings and work environments that appeal to their sense of flexibility, growth, and ability to learn will go a [...]Show More Summary
Guest post by Kevin Eikenberry Every day, someone gets promoted to be “the boss.” Often, they get promoted from within a team to lead a team of former peers and friends. This is a situation fraught with challenge and offering great opportunity. I’m not alone in recognizing the challenges. My friend and best-selling author, Mike [...]Show More Summary
Recruiting and engaging millennial employees is essential to companies that want to thrive today and grow in the years to come. Millennials value transparency and communication from employers, so to engage these young workers, companies need to learn to listen … [Read more...] The post Communication Is Essential to Engaging Millennials appeared first on Lindsey Pollak.
By 2025, 75 percent of the U.S. workforce will be millennials. If you’re recruiting millennial employees, you might need to develop a hiring strategy specifically for Gen Y. Consider how you can emphasize your organization’s mission statement, social work environment, … [Read more...] The post What You Need to Know About Hiring Millennials appeared first on Lindsey Pollak.
This is an excerpt of an article that originally appeared on Inc. on April 1, 2015. As individuals, we benefit from having a professional network comprised of both longtime connections and new workplace relationships. If you primarily hang out with … [Read more...] The post 3 Reasons to Start a Multigenerational Mentoring Program appeared first on Lindsey Pollak.
For businesses that want to reach millennials, social media is key. Through creative outreach and a presence on the right social media channels, your business can establish a wider audience of millennial prospects. This week I’ve been reading about how … [Read more...] The post Marketing to Millennials on Social Media appeared first on Lindsey Pollak.
“His way of telling you that you did something wrong was hitting you in the head with a phone book in a shopping bag.” – Triple H (Paul Levesque) on learning from Killer Kowalski [10:05] “Why would I be wound up? I’m either ready, or I’m not. Worrying about it right now ain’t gonna change a […]
How do you get the sale while leaving the client feeling like they won the lottery? Whether you’re a business owner or employee, in a sales function or not in a revenue-generating position, you are a sales person. We may “sell” our personal...Show More Summary
Writing is an inevitable part of a designer’s day-to-day: preparing work proposals, composing lengthy official emails, creating copy for designs. Even though you first set out to develop a career in a visual field, soon enough you will...Show More Summary
April is time when there is a lot of focus on championships in the athletic world in the United States. When the Major League Baseball season began a couple of weeks ago every team was in first place with equal visions of winning the...Show More Summary
What's the value proposition when it comes to people working at your company? If you have a hard time answering that, you're undoubtedly struggling to find people who want to work for you in this economy - where talent has...
Having trouble convincing admitted students to say yes to your admissions staff? Here’s how to use online networking events to recruit top-notch students more effectively. The post Admissions Staff: How to Convince Admitted Students to Attend Your University appeared first on Brazen Life.
A little more than 6 years ago, my American husband received a job offer in Switzerland. Being that I was working as a labor and employment law consultant in the United States, I asked him, “How are they doing the drug test? Do they contract with someone local? Does the US office of their company […]
Yesterday was “equal pay day day” which is supposed to represent how far a woman needs to work into 2015 to make as much income as a man did in 2014. While lots of people disagree with the premise that the difference in pay is based on discrimination (the Washington Post, for instance, gives the […]