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Hiring Is A Pain In The Butt

Filed in Clients, Recruiting by on October 31, 2014
Hiring Is A Pain In The Butt

Hiring is a pain in the butt. Let’s face it, everyone knows it, and no one wants to do it. This German job fair has take a pretty “creative” approach to attracting talent but most of our clients don’t have the time or energy to do this. We estimate about 10 % of candidates are top-shelf, the […]

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Keep Your Keepers: Pay Your Employees Fairly

Filed in Clients, Culture, Recruiting by on October 28, 2014
Keep Your Keepers: Pay Your Employees Fairly

Pay your employees fairly. Now, this does not necessarily mean that you should always pay your employees the highest salary in the marketplace. I have successfully placed many high level professionals in positions for “less” money because of different perceived benefits. Factors like more growth opportunity, nicer people, better office environment, a more desirable location and a better […]

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3 Team Management Tools That Work

Filed in Clients, Technology by on October 27, 2014
3 Team Management Tools That Work

Managing a team is hard work. Administrative and soft skills are under-appreciated and under-utilized within most organizations, but people-management is invaluable, often a requirement to growing your team and getting things done. From benefits administration and payroll to collaboration and perks, there are management tools available to make your workflow more efficient and more effective. Bonus: […]

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Does your company culture pass the sniff test?

Filed in Clients, Culture by on October 24, 2014
Does your company culture pass the sniff test?

Authenticity is one of the most essential parts of your company culture today. Iconoculture found that the majority of U.S. consumers feels that “being genuine and authentic is extremely important for me and for the things and people in my life.” To be authentic is to have a “quality of being genuine or real,” but often we […]

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#TBT Post Office Square Boston

Filed in #TBT, Construction by on October 23, 2014
#TBT Post Office Square Boston

#TBT – Post Office Square Boston The Old Post Office Square was in construction during the Great Fire of 1872 and its dense walls were believed to be responsible for halting the fire’s northward progress. This gorgeous French Second Empire-style building stood till the late 1920’s when it was demolished to make way for the […]

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