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Much has been written about people lying in their resumes. However, a question in Quora yesterday was the first time I’ve seen someone publicly advocate lying about their salary to recruiters. Specifically, the question was around whether his* last salary … Continue reading
An interesting article by John Hollon on ERE inspired my SmartBrief for CFOs poll last week on the quality of the last hire. The results of the poll … once again … triggered more questions on my end since of … Continue reading
Perhaps because integrity and honesty are high values for me, I was intrigued by the 2009 National Business Ethics Survey: Ethics in the Recession. Because of my personal branding work, this statement encouraged me to keep reading. “Transparency and accountability, … Continue reading
My son-in-law and I were spending some time bonding on Saturday, interacting together while simultaneously checking our crackberries. Our society is quickly moving towards being non-socially social. Have you noticed how many people walk around with a beetle attached to … Continue reading
According to a new Execunet survey of 138 executive recruiters, and reported in The Fordyce Letter, 64% are confident or very confident the executive employment market will improve during the next six months, despite declining home values and soaring energy and … Continue reading
"According to The Conference Board, “trends indicate there is a greater supply of employees than there is organizational demand; but The Conference Board analysis paints an incomplete picture, as positions with total annual compensation above $200,000 are rarely found on … Continue reading