Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Spagnola Jan 8, 2013.
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Are you in the right job for your talents? Do you
look forward to going to work each day....or do you
My grandfather, who was a very wise man, gave me great advice many years ago. He said that "life is too short to be miserable at your job. If you're that unhappy, it's time to go and do something else."
Of course, there are always circumstances that…Continue
Posted on December 9, 2012 at 2:13pm
I've been recruiting for a long time, over 18 years and it feels like I've checked a million references. One thing that comes up over and over again when talking to candidates, is their desire to get promoted. To move to the next level, take the next step to a manager or Director or VP, even CMO.
Some people seem to get promoted rapidly, no matter where they land. These are the people who spend on average 3-7 years at a company and during that time frame are promoted multiple times.…Continue
Posted on November 29, 2012 at 12:00pm — 2 Comments
Obviously, you have to focus on activity, and numbers, but when bringing new recruiters on and during the first few years, what balance works best when asking them to turn in numbers?
I've seen some recruiters so freaked out about not hitting the required number of connects that they decide the job is too stressful.
I've seen other recruiters who don't track the numbers and it's not clear if they are making the desired number of connects either,…Continue
Posted on February 15, 2012 at 6:54am — 3 Comments
Finally, some positive news on the job market that reflects what we are seeing.
The private sector jobs market in the U.S. saw a sharp rebound in June, according to the ADP National Employment Report. ADP said private…Continue
Posted on July 7, 2011 at 7:29pm — 2 Comments
Put the time in. Be a student and keep learning.
I was inspired to write this post after reading a blog I look forward to each morning, http://www.thesimpledollar.com/ It's a personal finance blog, written by Trent Hamm, and for him it was a hobby that turned into a full-time job. In today's post, "The Limits You Choose", he addresses how many people make excuses for not finding success by saying they just don't have the…Continue
Posted on March 24, 2011 at 6:30am — 13 Comments