My post college participation in the workforce has spanned 25 years, 5 industries, and 6 states.
I had a conversation the other night with a former colleague from my days in the hospitality industry. I don’t remember how the subject came up, but we began to talk about our experiences with on-boarding and training. Ultimately, how well were we prepared to succeed with that company from day one?
As many of you know, I am a huge fan of LinkedIn as a resource for networking and recruiting. Since I started blogging as “The Jobs Guy“, I receive on average 5-10 requests a week to join the networks of people I don’t know. When those requests come in, I reach back out to them to let them know that I’d like to have a conversation with them so we can discuss how we can best network
This past week while working on a variety of openings, I began to think about the simple things candidates could do that would make connecting with them a lot easier. The more I think about it,the more I realize that these are actually things that candidates can do to be found more easily. These are also things that will make you more appealing through the recruiting process. Let me know if you have any o
This past Friday I had the privilege of attending the Leukemia Lymphoma Society Man and Woman of the Year dinner in Minneapolis. This program celebrates the tireless work and support provided by the local and national LLS organization as they support the patients and families of patients who are affected by leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma.
The Man and Woman of the Year event is a 10