Turn Your Paper Docs into Business Data, Part 1

January 17, 2014

Save Space.  Sounds simple enough, but have you stopped to think about the value of your office space?  What about your mental space? David Allen, productivity guru and author of “Getting Things Done” points out that mental clarity or “space” is invaluable for creativity. One of the best (arguably the only) way to foster a creative environment is to have clear, open space in your work area to operate. Frequently, the reason we have papers all over our desk is to keep the... Read More →

How to Use Your Network In Your Job Search

December 30, 2013

Looking for a work is a full time job in itself, but your searching options have grown. With the mushrooming online job boards and services, it has become relatively easier for a job seeker to identify his niche and career prospects. You just have to understand how to use the tools in more efficient manners than before. To really land a dream job, one must change their gears from being an active job seeker to a Pro-active job seeker. An active job search involves a basic, traditional approach to... Read More →

Looking for That Big Data Guru

December 5, 2013

Big Data analytics has been positioned by many technologists and marketing leaders as the ultimate empowering tool for designing the most successful business marketing strategies. According to a search of transcripts of more than 5,000 companies by FactSet, the term’s use has increased 43 percent during conference calls and investor presentations since 2012. Many executives and board members are implementing big data tools and creating teams to collect as much data surrounding their customers,... Read More →

Resumes: The Key to a Great First Impression

November 27, 2013

I recently read an insightful piece by Charles Purdy, Senior Editor for Monster, titled “Four Things That Can Send Your Resume into the Trash.” (http://mnstr.me/xYzi6l) I loved this article. Throughout my nearly two decades as a recruiter, I have seen so many recruits continue to make the same mistakes. I would like to add my two cents regarding resumes. It is very important to ensure your resume reflects your best characteristics. Always proofread your written correspondence and documents prior... Read More →



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