Posted in June 2014

Global Trends in Human Capital

As the workplace continues to grow to include a more global perspective, it is increasingly necessary to evaluate elements of successful business growth on a larger scale. No longer is competition limited to local players, it can now include the entire world. Consequently, smart organizations are looking at global trends on key issues such as … Continue reading

Women Leaders and Equal Pay

Last month we looked at recent trends in leadership and learned how “softer” management styles that identify with “feminine” traits can be more effective than traditionally “masculine” styles of direction. This month, we’ll continue that discussion by looking at whether or not the move towards this leadership is translating into equality for women leaders, both … Continue reading

The Summertime Job Search

As the summer months roll around, there is a huge misconception that many job seekers fall prey to – no one is hiring this time of year. Wrong. In today’s business climate, organizations do not stop looking for new talent for roughly a quarter of the year, and in fact, a summer job search may … Continue reading

Golden Rule: Behold, the Power of Reciprocity

When it comes to persuasion, there are a few tools and ideas that we as young professionals and active citizens would be well served to understand. Reciprocity happens to be one of those concepts. People utilize reciprocity as a persuasive tool on a daily basis, and often without even realizing it. Even when our intentions … Continue reading