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Creating a Connected and Personal Office Space by Snowy Eischen and Debbie Green New England Home and Garden: Family Life Through the Seasons These days, the word connected usually refers to a virtual interaction facilitated by some sort of device. For this article, though, weâre talking about human connection and how to create an office […]
Why youâre writing bad job descriptions My clients will tell me they are working on a job description when they are ready to kick-off a search for a new hire. Itâs a waste of time, as not only do I not use the job description, I probably wonât even read it. Granted, I have years […]
âIt was 5 days into my medication, and I thought, âWow, so this is how normal people feel.ââ A woman who worked for me shared that reaction; she was diagnosed with ADHD in her early 20s. Mildly interested, I asked, âReally? So what were some of your symptoms?âÂ Â I suspectedÂ ADHD was some sort of bullshit diagnosis […]
During the spring and summer months, hiring decelerated in the high-tech, startup arena. As a talent acquisition professional, my book of business often reflects an âeconomic barometerâ of sorts; typically, the earliest signs of a slowing market hit hiring plans first. Iâm not referring to full-blown hiring freezes, just a gradual downward shift or âhold […]
There is nothing more disastrous than a bad hire. Time lost, money spent, disenchantment of the team–it’s a disheartening ordeal. The only thing worse than hiring a bad team member is hiring a less than perfect executive to join your team. Recruiting and interviewing is much like dating. You meet someone and you might become […]