by: D. Lowell Hussey OSP Magazine These days, it’s not so easy to be surprised by technology. During the past decade, we’ve become comfortable with devices that manage what we watch on TV, websites that are the focal point of our social lives, and cell phones that listen, do what we ask them to do, and talk back to us. […]
By Thomas Olson | Published: Saturday, September 1, 2012, 8:58 p.m. on Tribelive.com/business Lee Runchey, a public relations executive, got a harried 6 a.m. phone call one Sunday in October from a client with a big problem. The manager of a rock band she represented said bad weather stranded the entertainers 2,000 miles away from the media events she had lined up for them later […]
Published in The Workbuzz on CareerBuilder By Debra Auerbach It’s nice to feel valued by your boss. It’s especially rewarding to be told by her that you’re so good at what you do, you’ve become indispensible. You know you’re lucky to have job security, so you don’t want to complain. But what if you’ve become so essential at your job that […]
By Lin Grensing-Pophal | Human Resource Executive Online The Internet — along with the advent of social-media tools like LinkedIn — have markedly changed the recruitment landscape. But the resume remains prominent for the vast majority of HR professionals and recruiters, experts say. Jeanne Meister pointed to the death of the resume in her July 23, 2012 piece for Forbes. “Forget the resume,” she […]
Written by Bob Herman | August 07, 2012 Technology has never been as important at hospitals and health systems as it is right now, and that typically means CIOs and CMIOs have to handle a lot more. Meaningful use, electronic health record implementation, computerized physician order entry — these tasks and others are front and center for hospital CIOs and CMIOs, and […]
By Laurie Kulikowski NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Marissa Mayer, the new CEO and president of Yahoo!(YHOO), is already being hailed as a pioneer: Mayer is the youngest female CEO of a Fortune 500 company. At just 37, nearly seven months pregnant and less than a month on the job, the pressure is on. Regardless of her age and sex, shareholders of the […]
by Lekan Oguntoyinbo | Published July 31 2012 Recruiter Tim Tolan loves to tell the story of a candidate who once went on a job interview and sat in a conference room for five straight hours. Not once during this marathon interview in which he met with a succession of interviewers was he offered food or even water. That, says Tolan, […]
by Kathryn Tuggle | Published July 24, 2012 | FOXBusiness Whether it’s beating a team member to the punch on a big project or taking unfair jabs at office mates, workplace competitiveness has heated up over the last decade. In a new survey by staffing firm OfficeTeam, 49% of senior managers say their employees have grown more competitive with one another in the last […]
Original story from eFinancial Careers by Lekan Oguntoyinbo Think of a job reference as a praise singer and an advocate. A single job reference could be the difference between whether you get that plum job or not. “References are as important as any part of the hiring process,” John Malloy, president of the Santee office of Sanford Rose, a recruitment firm […]
by Kathryn Elizabeth Tuggle | Published June 15, 2012 | FOXBusiness The Supreme Court is expected to issue its ruling on the constitutionality of President Obama’s health-care overhaul by the end of the month–forcing many corporations to stay in a holding pattern as they wait the fate of their health plans. However, according to a new study by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, […]
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