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What We Think

We Don’t Think Like the Others.

We’re not saying that we’re the smartest folks in the room, but we have some pretty good ideas that come from some of the most experienced people in our industry. Take a read; we hope you find something you can use.


Proper Onboarding Can Make the Difference Between a “Bad Hire” and a “Superstar”

It’s possible to start with a great hire – a potential superstar – and transform them into a bad hire by shoving them through a bad onboarding process. Here's how to avoid that misstep.

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Real "Quality" is All About Your Customer

Author Jim Smith says that "quality" is more about delivering what your customers expect rather than adhering to a specific standard.

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Ten Behaviors of GENUINE People

It seems that truly genuine people are becoming harder to find. Here are ten attributes that may help you evolve to your most genuine self!

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Why Your Resume Is History

According to Cavazos, more than 500 years ago da Vinci drafted the first known cover letter, which he sent to the Duke of Milan. (We wonder whether it would make it through a keyword search program today!)

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Former Talent Acquisition Team Leader Talks About Using Recruiting Firms

Not only can engaging a recruiter save you money in the long run (check out our “infographic” showing how), but in the short run, it’s actually often faster and easier to find your ideal candidate using a recruiter than it is conducting the search process on your own.

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The Right Health and Safety People Make Programs Work for Business

Companies that run potentially hazardous operations can keep their employees safe and reduce their liability by engaging knowledgeable health and safety professionals to make sure their plants and other assets are safe.

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How to Throw a Curveball During the Job Interview

The interview is one of the most important processes in hiring, and a lot of hiring managers tend to stick to just resume-related questions. They may be great questions, but the sharper candidates are going to be ready for them.

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How to Build and Drive Your Personal Brand

Define who you are and how you want to be perceived. Be authentic and true to you—don’t borrow someone else’s brand. If the automobile has a four-cylinder engine, it’s not a muscle car.

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Chief Marketing Officer vs. Chief Communications Officer: Who Leads Who?

Throughout the years, there have been many conversations about whether the C-suite appreciates the marketing and communications functions at their companies. The short answer is yes.

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Thank-you Notes: How to Show Gratitude and Stand Out in a Crowd

Potential employers are getting texts every day. And they’re reluctantly hiring many of the senders anyway! But you’re going to be different, aren’t you? You’re going to do something unexpected that will give you an edge in landing the perfect job. Most potential employers appreciate a thank-you note, and it can make you stand out from the illiterate texting crowd.

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