February 11, 2016

Whitepaper: Millennials in the Workplace – Understanding & Overcoming Stereotypes

As they continue to enter the workforce, professionals of the Millennial generation remain the subject of much debate within business circles. Often perceived as spoiled, needy, […]
June 29, 2015

5 Ways to Irritate a Candidate

Whether or not the reputation is fair, many recruiters are viewed as aggravating sales people who harass unwilling and uninterested participants. While this is certainly not […]
December 5, 2014

Work from Home? You’ve Got to Earn it

As a business owner I’m often asked about a practice being embraced more frequently by many organizations, yet discouraged by others: working remotely. Working from home […]
October 10, 2014

Who is Responsible for Quality of Hire?

This morning I spoke at the annual Michigan SHRM Conference at The Cobo Center in Detroit regarding the Disconnect between Recruiters and HR. I discussed 4 […]
August 7, 2014

Obamacare Rules Could Increase Risk of Age/Family Discrimination

There’s a serious but little talked about issue with the new health care provisions that go into effect January 15 that all employers need to know […]
August 27, 2013

Part-Timers vs. Contractors: Consider these Factors First

Deciding to hire a part-timer versus taking on an independent contractor isn’t an easy decision for a small business. As an entrepreneur I’ve been asked which […]
November 23, 2010

Executive Hiring Up; Passing Responsibility Down

‘C’ you soon! That’s right, the C-suite is set for a comeback. Recent benchmark data shows positive trends for executive hiring. ExecNet’s Executive Job Creation Index […]