January 2023

Allocating your Attention

By |2022-11-22T15:03:03-04:00January 30, 2023|Candidates, TalentSphere, Companies, Work Life Balance, Allocating your Attention|

“I just find myself with too much time on my hands throughout the day!” Is it safe to assume that this statement has rarely, if ever, been muttered by leaders and managers in today’s professional environment? In fact, “being busy” is often worn as a prideful badge of honor. It is a popular statement in part because it is an admirable one. Having free time, on the other hand, makes you look dispensable and irrelevant.

In a time when we are […]

Allocating your Attention

By |2022-11-22T15:02:38-04:00January 16, 2023|Companies, Work Life Balance, Allocating your Attention, Candidates, TalentSphere|

“I just find myself with too much time on my hands throughout the day!” Is it safe to assume that this statement has rarely, if ever, been muttered by leaders and managers in today’s professional environment? In fact, “being busy” is often worn as a prideful badge of honor. It is a popular statement in part because it is an admirable one. Having free time, on the other hand, makes you look dispensable and irrelevant.

In a time when we are […]

January 2022

Email Policies

By |2021-11-18T17:11:43-04:00January 31, 2022|Candidates, Companies|

As we rely more and more on email to transact our daily business any potential exposure regarding email increases at the same rate. This has been a topic that has received a fair bit of exposure recently – in the Federal Courts as well as the general press.

Many employers don’t actually have a policy regarding the use of email in their workplace and it is only when problems occur that the issue gets any attention and by then it is […]

June 2021

Attracting and retaining top talent

By |2021-06-21T15:20:27-04:00June 16, 2021|Companies, Attracting and retaining top talent|

Good help isn’t hard to find when top talent looks for you.

With a strong job market, employees prefer companies with good cultures, competitive pay and advancement opportunities. Giving employees what they need will help you get — and keep — the top talent that you want.

“An organization’s strength is determined in large part by the quality of its talent,” said Kim Stewart, SVP and director of talent management for First […]

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