From “The Undercover Recruiter” First impressions throughout life are crucial. Sometimes you don’t get a second chance! A first impression can be what you wear, what gesture you make to how you act. In fact, research has shown that non-verbal cues have over 4 times more impact than anything said. Find out more in the… Read more »
Ilya Pozin via LinkedIn Oct 28 2014 Here’s something you already know: Employee turnover can be expensive. In fact, for a mid-level employee, it can cost as much as 150 percent of their annual salary to replace them. This is to say nothing of how long the hiring process takes, how difficult it can be… Read more »
Are you interested in working from home? Do you have the software, skills, and time management to be a Virtual Assistant? We are currently gathering information and building a database of individuals who are interested in this program. Please take a moment to provide us with detailed information about your availability and the type of work you are… Read more »
It’s bound to happen, you apply for a job that seems like a great fit, make it past the original “scrubbing” and through the interviews (congratulations) but the more you learn, the less you think you would be a great fit. Let’s talk about a few misconceptions of job hunting and some ways to use… Read more »
Original article can be found here via First Round Capital Neil Roseman is downright tired of hearing Silicon Valley companies say they “hire only the best and the brightest.” No matter how many times they say it, most still make decisions based on gut feel, basic credentials, GPAs, ivy league educations, flashy company names – even… Read more »
Catherine Cuesta answers a few questions about how her experiences working for us, how she got started and why she would recommend PSE staffing to anyone looking to hire a stellar employee or find a job!
It’s that time of year again, post graduation season. One of my favorite things to do around this time is to keep a pulse on who has been selected to deliver commencement speeches. I love to read these speeches, to see what the pillars of the community and business world have to offer as parting advice… Read more »
Cellphones, tablets disrupt workplace etiquette CGMA Magazine By Ken Tysiac May 09 2013 Link to original story You may have learned your manners from your parents. But increasingly, your cellphone is having some influence on your etiquette. A new survey shows that the same technology that can bring people together also is separating them at… Read more »