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Retirements vs Quits: Getting to the Bottom of the Great Resignation

By now, the term “Great Resignation” has reached cliché status, providing us with a caricatured vision of a great exodus of workers, boxed possessions in hand as they leave the building once and for all. But the sore truth is that millions of employees ...
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What Are Employers Evaluating During Interviews?

According to recent studies, 33% of all new hires quit their job within the first six months. As a result, employers are now evaluating you on 15 additional areas. Enthusiasm Employers want to know that you are willing and eager to be a part of their ...
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Before You Pick Office vs. Remote

In case you missed it: this morning, Airbnb raised the ante on hiring. By giving their 6,100 employees a choice. (Infinite choices, to be more precise.) And in doing so, made your life a little bit harder. Here's the skinny from CEO Brian Chesky...
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Turning the Tide

In “Two Minute Commentaries,” we share our perspective on today’s most important business topics based on our current observations from our client work with public companies, private equity and investor owned concerns and family enterprises. Here’s ...
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Your Next Hire Should Be a Referral

One of the greatest challenges being faced by business leaders today is how to attract the best talent for open jobs.  If you are doing a great job of engaging and retaining your current employees, over 40% of your new hires should be referrals from your ...
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Changes Are Happening in the C-suite

There are changes at the top said Barbara Bruno during a session of ExecuNet Master Class. Barbara, a recruiter trainer, says companies have had to do so much pivoting because of the pandemic and are trying to make up for so much lost income that they are ...
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Don’t Let Your Past Limit Your Future

There are not many individuals who can boast a perfect job history or have the perfect resume or CV.  Things happen in life that can be misinterpreted as a “red flag” which can limit career opportunities, unless you learn how to present them. In fact, ...
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Your Candidates Gone Fishing?

If it suddenly feels like hiring is getting harder, you're not alone. And new data helps to explain why. A ton of candidates have gone fishin' ... permanently. Today's Wall Street Journal explains: Several Million U.S. Workers Seen Staying Out of Labor ...
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Saying Goodbye: Challenging Past Loyalties

“It’s not personal, Sonny. It’s strictly business." - From “The Godfather.” There are no straight lines to winning the future... some initiatives will hit the marks...others won’t. While every organization’s culture is unique, the challe...
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Handling Salary Negotiations

"I always say, you might be great at your job, but you've really got to fine-tune your interviewing techniques. I find that people at high levels just don't interview well," said Barbara Bruno during a session of ExecuNet Master Class. Barbara, a recrui...
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The Difference Between Ordinary and Extraordinary Executives is That “Little Extra”

Executives who are described as extraordinary, consistently do the little extras. The pace of business continues to escalate. You can never be too busy to do the little extra things for your team and yourself, if you want to enjoy extraordinary career ...
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The Current State of the Gender Wage Gap

We recently revisited the data about women in the workforce and concluded that the pandemic was not kind to professional women. This is particularly true even as we shift our attention to compensation. The gender wage gap is the widest it’s been in years. ...
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