Local employers are scratching for hope and getting mixed results. There’s more talk of hiring than layoffs, but it’s a wide swing between pain and profit. Many employers are still hunkered down. Some see hope but don’t feel it. A … Read More
Do all employees have the capability of being Creative at work? Bruce Nussbaum thinks so. There are 5 categories describing Creative Intelligence. Under the “Playing” category, Nussbaum describes the art of play that employs having fun and being creative in a … Read More
70% of Workers Are Paid to Waste Time—Every Day Interesting article that gives you suggestions on how to boost productivity.
“The best preparation for good work tomorrow is to do good work today.” – Elbert Hubbard
Although it’s gloomy in the Sacramento area, stay motivated nonetheless!
Cautious optimism is the catchphrase for Sacramento-area employers and recruiters in early 2011. There’s a brighter mood in hiring offices, employers are saying. Recruiters say companies that survived the bad times that brought hiring to a standstill in 2010 are … Read More
Are You Paying for Bad Hires? This is an interesting article and gives you statistics on the cost of a BAD HIRE!
Spring has sprung! Spring is a time for renewal and rebirth of life and energy—plants and flowers begin to sprout and bloom, the annual “spring cleaning” spree ensues to remove unnecessary materials collected during the winter hibernation months, cleansing … Read More
Our guest blogger this month is Angie Brown MBA, owner of Angeion Consulting. To learn more about social media and Angeion Consulting, please visit their Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/AngeionConsulting Social media—we hear it everywhere and know we should be using it, but with business-to-business … Read More