How often do you as a recruiting firm owner reflect on the past year, the past quarter? REAL INTROSPECTION? How often have you reflected on your mistakes, your goof ups? My long time coach, Pat Scopelliti taught me that there is "no dishonor in failure, the only dishonor is not learning from that failure". This lesson has made me millions over the years and can do the same for you.
…or, in unstable times, small-to-mid-sized firms have the right stuff
In unstable environments, there is no sustainable competitive advantage, only multiple temporary competitive advantages (Cavanagh, 1991; Fiol, 2001). If this is true, small-to-mid-sized firms may be the big earners of our time.
Boulder, CO, August 23 – FlexJobs releases the results of its recently conducted survey, which was done to learn more about its audience, their job searches, and why telecommuting and flexible work options are important to them. With over 800 responses, the survey gives insight into job seekers who want flexibility in their careers.
According to Lou Addler, we are all lazy recruiters. In his article titled “Five tips for employee sourcing” he says that unequivocally so in his opening statement. http://hiring.monster.com/hr/hr-best-practices/recruiting-hiring-advice/employee-sourcing-strategies/employee-sourcing-tips.aspx . My reading personal perspective is that he doesn’t offer any validation to his statement that we are lazy.