From A Recruiter’s Viewpoint – Vol 47 How Term Limits Can Be Achieved

    How Term Limits Can Be Achieved   Tired of uncontrolled government spending, extraordinary government debt, high taxes, and government over regulating things they have no business controlling, inequities in healthcare and an overall inability of the US Congress to get things done? We have been victims of over 10 years of bipartisan gridlock. … More From A Recruiter’s Viewpoint – Vol 47 How Term Limits Can Be Achieved

From A Recruiter’s Viewpoint – Vol 44 “White Lies” On A Resume Can Be Toxic

    “White Lies” On A Resume Can Be Toxic  It is a mistake to misrepresent information or try to hide anything on your resume. The sole purpose of a resume is to get an interview. Inevitably, any “little white lies” will be discovered during the interview process. They will no longer be considered “little … More From A Recruiter’s Viewpoint – Vol 44 “White Lies” On A Resume Can Be Toxic

From A Recruiter’s Viewpoint – Vol 43 Can you “hire” a book of business?

Can you “hire” a book of business? I hear all the time from clients that they want to hire someone with a book of business. Can sales people just move their business to you when they are hired? How realistic is that? Can it be done?  The short answer is “NO”. What is a book … More From A Recruiter’s Viewpoint – Vol 43 Can you “hire” a book of business?

From a Recruiter’s Viewpoint – Vol 42 5 Reasons Employers Are Having Difficulty Hiring Middle Management Talent and What to Do About It

5 Reasons Employers Are Having Difficulty Hiring Middle Management Talent and What to Do About It  Unemployment is at its lowest level in the past 10 years. Wages and home values have not fully rebounded from The Great Recession. These factors and others have limited the availability of middle to senior level management candidates. It … More From a Recruiter’s Viewpoint – Vol 42 5 Reasons Employers Are Having Difficulty Hiring Middle Management Talent and What to Do About It