Archive for the ‘hiring’ Category

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/10/opinion/sunday/congratulations-youve-been-fired.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share The rules are changing not only on how employees view the workplace but also how the workplace sees – and values – them.  Thanks Moneyball!


The unemployed should hold out for better job, study says (USA Today 11/2/15) http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2015/11/01/interim-job-study-will/74895442/ Hard to argue when the mortgage is due, but settling for what you may think ofas an “interim” job at lower pay and a lower level frequently hurts when you try to right-size your career again. People tend to look at […]


“Titles are important,” says our Chief Posting Officer (and unpaid intern). See: http://nyti.ms/1OSWfYz


Buried by content and the content creators? Observations and advice on hiring and managing creative people (as well as writing really well) from one of the original “Mad Men” David Ogilvy, thanks to ” The Unpublished David Ogilvy/” http://bit.ly/130bH95


Hiring for New Media Start-ups Saw a re-publish of a LinkedIn article from the New media Lab.  Some insights on what to look for when staffing up a “new media” organization.


Good references can go a long way toward helping you get a good offer as well as influencing how you’re viewed as you start a new job. Some thoughts from us, after almost twenty years of talking to strangers on the phone: Not only ask people to serve as a reference, ask them what they […]