Nudging, Not Attracting

By: Scott Love I recently read an article by Bill Boorman stating that third party recruiters are on the decline and he touted the merits of social media as being the most effective way for companies to attract talent. Here … Continue reading

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Update these 5 items on your resume

By: Debra Auerbach Everything needs updating every once and awhile. After having the same haircut for a few years, it’s always fun to change it up a bit. When a new season arrives, it’s a good excuse to clean out … Continue reading

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What not to do in the interview

By: Susan Ricker In a job interview, there are plenty of ways to prove to a hiring manager that you’re a great fit for the role — highlighting your career wins and achievements, sharing your insights about the industry, aligning … Continue reading

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The Questions To Ask Yourself Before Starting A Job Search

By: Debra Auerbach Looking for a job isn’t easy. It takes time, patience and a lot of work. If you’re starting a job search, it may be tempting to jump right in, but if you don’t take some time to … Continue reading

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The 5 Best Things You Can Say in a Job Interview

By:Hannah Hamilton Interviewing for a new job can be incredibly nerve wracking and it’s natural to feel nervous about it. But if you take a deep breath and focus on preparing to say the things recruiters want to hear, you’ll … Continue reading

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How To Work With A Recruiter

By: Jane Graybeal When I was getting ready to graduate from college, I had a recruiter contact me about an outside sales position. Even though I interviewed and got the job, I still remember feeling mystified by the whole process … Continue reading

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5 Reasons You Need to Meet in Person

By: Rene Shimada Siegel

When the daily avalanche of emails and voice messages gets overwhelming, it’s so tempting to retreat to my office and start typing replies and returning phone calls. That’s one of the biggest mistakes I can make.

No matter what industry we’re in, we’re all in the people business. We’ll only be successful if we really get to know our customers and colleagues. Many of my tech marketing clients are so busy that they now prefer texting to even emails or calls. Skype, WebEx and audio calls are convenient and create the illusion we’re actually having a meeting — but nothing beats the power of a truly personal, face-to-face connection… Continue reading

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P&G’s Stumbles Put CEO On Hot Seat for Turnaround

By: Emily Glazer On Sept. 4, Robert McDonald, chairman and chief executive of Procter & Gamble Co., finally met the hedge-fund manager who began making his life difficult this summer. William Ackman greeted him with a 75-page litany of complaints … Continue reading

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Top 3 priorities for your job search

By: Robert Half and Associates Priorities aren’t what they used to be. When people use the word these days, they often mean something like, “yet another item on a long list of things I have to do.” But a priority … Continue reading

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P&G has not had a blockbuster product in more than a decade.

Bloomberg Businessweek Procter & Gamble spends more than $2 billion a year on research and development, yet it has not introduced a blockbuster product in more than a decade. That’s a challenge for the company, which charges higher prices for … Continue reading

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