It’s 2019 – Social Media is Essential to Recruiting Top Candidates

Top Supply Chain Talent | April 17th, 2019

Social media has become ubiquitous and it’s had an impact on everything from local news to presidential politics. Given their reach, platforms like LinkedIn and Facebook allow recruiters the opportunity to connect with a much broader range of candidate than they could without them. Furthermore, social media is a great… Read More

Feeling Overworked – How to Talk to Your Boss About Your Workload, Without Complaining

Professional Growth | April 10th, 2019

If you feel like you’re overworked, you’re not alone. Surveys regularly show that many Americans feel they are responsible for too much at work. Ideally, all the extra effort is being appreciated. If it isn’t, you need to do something about it. The trick is being able to talk to… Read More

6 Things to Include in Your Exit Email to Your Co-Workers

Job Opportunities | April 3rd, 2019

Let’s keep it real: Writing an exit email to your co-workers is something we all fantasize about. Whether you’ve loved your job or absolutely hated it, walking out on your own terms is usually a good situation that fills you with confidence. The tricky thing is not letting that confidence… Read More

4 Things You Need to Know Before Starting Your Supply Chain Career

Finding a New Job | March 27th, 2019

A career in the supply chain industry can be very rewarding, but like most things, it isn’t easy. Regardless of how you prepare to start a new career, there’s usually something unpredicted that pops up and makes you wish you had known about it beforehand. This can be particularly true… Read More

Low-Balling a Job Offer Will Cost You More Than Their Salary!

Client Resources | March 20th, 2019

Obviously, companies don’t want to overpay for anything, but the effort to keep labor costs down shouldn’t result in a company consistently making low-ball offers to applicants. Low-ball offers actually cost businesses far greater than what they save, and it’s crucial for hiring managers to realize the significance of paying… Read More

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