September 12, 2017

How the Market Crash in 2008 Changed Recruiting Forever (And How to Fix it)

I’ve been recruiting for more than 2 decades. In that time, I’ve experienced the results of the .com bust in 2000 as well as the last […]
October 11, 2013

First Yahoo and now HP…………

Over the past few years of the digital revolution, it has become pretty standard thought to assume that we can work from just about anywhere.  The […]
October 4, 2013

Obamacare's effect on Michigan employees

There has been so much political jockeying about the so called Affordable Care Act that it’s hard to decipher what’s real and what’s not.  Both sides […]
September 12, 2013

Affordable Healthcare Act – Is it Really Affordable????

There has been much discussion recently on the pros and cons of the Affordable Health Care Act and its impact on employees and their employers.  The […]
April 27, 2012

Monster reports profit…….

The recent news about earning a profit was all over the newswires. The same news sent their stock soaring 10% as investors regained a bit […]
April 24, 2012

Did the recession affect the retained search model?

A few days ago I was talking with the Chief HR officer of a large financial services firm in New York City regarding the pros and […]
April 18, 2012

4 Key Strategies to Address the Coming War for Talent

Before we experienced the 2008 economic disaster, the phrase “war for talent” seemed to be overused by every corporate and agency recruiter I came in contact […]
May 3, 2011

From Bust to Bang in Financial Services Recruiting

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 […]
April 18, 2011

Economic Bounceback – Recruiter Shortage?

If you were one of the 700 or so attendees at the 2011 SHRM Staffing & Talent Management Conference, you probably heard the buzz about staffing […]
January 3, 2011

Hiring is Back with a BANG!

Fireworks may not be the only boom to start off the new year. Even though some degree of uncertainty is expected to linger in 2011, one […]