Archive for May, 2011
Center. Although my blogs generally do not endorse an event or conference, I feel obligated to share to my experience as both a symposium speaker and attendee.
The event was titled “Building the World-Class Recruiting Organization…the journey continues.” On the speaking roster were some of the most talented and thought provoking speakers I have seen at a recruiting event. Andres Tapia started off the morning with an insightful look at the real business case for diversity and how many organizations and their diversity officers embrace color, however fail to embrace the individual and their culture. Read More→
Although we have experienced record high foreclosure rates, lack of small business lending, and overall tightening of credit requirements, banks are hiring at record paces. Bank of America, Wells Fargo and JP Morgan Chase added thousands of employees in 2010 and again have their talent acquisition departments scouring their key markets for bankers, underwriters, brokers, private bankers, traders, treasury sales, and a host of other professionals that can aid in generating fee income and growing deposits.
In what is still being described as a down economy, current reports reveal that banks reported a 77% increase in earnings last year, fueling a renewed focus on growth. Read More→