Much has been written about how ineffectual job interviews can be for employers who are looking to hire. Critics often point to the lack of forethought that goes into the questions, as well as too much focus on the candidate’s physical appearance and too much reliance on the interviewer’s “gut feeli
All industries eventually consolidate, and companies must decide which side of consolidation they want to be on. Sitting it out isn’t an option, and resisting the trend can become problematic, as doing so can ultimately take a toll on how important you remain to your suppliers and customers...
I am bewildered by the multi-tasking capabilities of my two teenage sons. It is not uncommon for them to be watching television while simultaneously playing a video game on a laptop computer and streaming a YouTube video on their smartphone – all while their Spotify playlist emanates from the Sonos
Repeated studies have shown the correlation between employee training and increased retention, performance and satisfaction. Each of those outcomes drive improved company performance through revenue growth, reduced costs or a combination of the two.
Networking and, more specifically, the in-person exposure to current and prospective business partners those networking opportunities provide, are consistently cited as the most important factors in the decision to attend the North American Wholesale Lumber Association’s (NAWLA’s) Traders Market.