Measure Your New Hire’s ROI in These 4 Ways!

Client Resources | June 19th, 2019

When a company has to replace employees regularly, it can have a serious negative impact on your bottom line. Fortunately, employers can lower turnover and save many thousands of dollars in the process by regularly hiring candidates who become very productive long-term employees. To maximize the return on hiring investments,… Read More

What Does My Supply Chain Career Look Like?

Professional Growth | September 12th, 2018

The career path of the typical supply chain professional today looks much different than it did just a decade ago. With supply chain’s vital role in today’s global business ecosystem, the supply chain professional is no longer simply the “purchasing person.” Supply chain jobs and duties include a vast range… Read More

Today’s Thank-You Note is Tomorrow’s Job Offer

Finding a New Job | September 5th, 2018

You’ve probably heard countless times it’s a good idea to send a thank-you after an interview, but must have wondered if it really makes a difference. Although your chances of getting a job probably don’t depend on whether you send a thank-you note, sometimes, it can have an impact. Even… Read More

Is Your Career Ready to Take a Risk? These Tips Will Help

Professional Growth | May 30th, 2018

When you’re thinking about taking a big career risk, it’s easy to be discouraged by fear. If you’re considering launching a business, making a big career change or taking a leap of faith to engage your passion, it’s natural to have concerns and hesitations related to uncertainty. Since you don’t… Read More

Your Resume Screams Red Flags – How Do You Overcome That?

Finding a New Job | April 11th, 2018

Hiring managers see a ton of resumes in the course of doing their job. After a while, they can spot a bad applicant in seconds. In fact, research has shown the average length of time a hiring manager looks at a resume is less than 30 seconds. Experienced hiring personnel… Read More

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