Cause and Effect, Part 2

In our previous article, our manager of client relations, Joyce Clinton, spoke on strengths and weaknesses. We’d like to share more of her words of wisdom with you today. Looking for a Career Move? Start Here Looking for Your Next Employee? Contact us   My last blog focused on how to convey your strengths during an interview by using a “cause and…

The 10 Minute Task That Will Make or Break Your Hiring Process

Today we’ll be discussing two of the best practices when you need to hire a qualified candidate: effective communication and detailed feedback. Looking for a Career Move? Start Here Looking for Your Next Employee? Contact us   I was working with several of my clients today, and I was struck by the stark contrast between two different interview follow-up experiences. As I’ve…

Cause and Effect, Part 1

Our Manager of Client Relations, Joyce Clinton, recently spoke on strengths and weaknesses at a presentation. We’d like to share her words of wisdom with you today. Looking for a Career Move? Start Here Looking for Your Next Employee? Contact us   Oftentimes when we are interviewing, we are asked in various ways about our strengths—what positive attributes we can bring to…

How to Effectively Manage Challenging Employees

 Difficult employees can bring a whole team down. Here’s how to effectively manage them. Looking for a Career Move? Start Here Looking for Your Next Employee? Contact us   In the luxury-brand world, we’re often asked to find candidates who are capable of leading difficult teams or big-book sales associates. Top-producing team members can be extremely valuable assets, but how do…

The Evolution of Recruiting—Contingency, Engaged, and Contract

 The recruitment industry’s landscape has quickly evolved, and our team has recently shifted to accommodate these changes, as we explain in today’s message. Looking for a Career Move? Start Here Looking for Your Next Employee? Contact us   As we’ve discussed things such as interviewing tips, candidate engagement, job search strategies, and so on, it strikes me how much the recruitment…