I'll admit it: I've got World Cup fever already. The quadrennial tournament kicks off on Friday, and I'm adrift in a sea of speculation with fellow soccer-minded colleagues.
Either Barak Obama fixes what’s broken in the economy, or he will be remembered for spending his entire first term blaming George Bush.
The jobs numbers were lousy (as we predicted). The Administration’s solution is small business tax cuts. While this is a good idea in the long haul, it is not a solution to the short term problem. Simple logic says you don’t hire a worker or invest in a piece of equipment that doesn’t pay for itself.
If the economy keeps growing at 3 percent the balance of 2010, demand for new capacity—improved rental housing, better located new homes, and commercial construction for retail and factory improvements—should accelerate in 2011.
Unemployment is expected to only fall to 9.8 percent from 9.9 in April, because many sidelined adults, sensing improved conditions, started looking for work. The big challenge is to keep GDP growing at least 3 percent to pull down unemployment.
In the last few weeks, a flurry of our coaching clients have gotten jobs. There is no industry connection—financial services, media, digital strategy, healthcare, academia. There is no functional connection—the roles have been entry-level to executive and spanning sales, HR, marketing, research, and communications.
It’s no secret that bonuses are a strong component of overall compensation structure for many senior managers. How these are calculated varies from company to company, but for the most part, they are based on a select number of key performance indicators (KPI).
Once upon a time, the European Economic Community-remember that quaint post-World War II institution-thrived without a single currency. A larger European Union can again, but it needs to jettison the fantasy that the benefits of capitalism can be accomplished without adequate incentives to work hard and invest.
The next financial Tsunami is emerging and will ripple to America, just as our mortgage debacle gave Europe fits.
As a former recruiter, I will be the first person to recommend against cold calling a recruiter. In addition, those job postings say, “No phone calls, please” for a reason – calling to follow up on your application is not a good use of time. However, does that mean you should never cold call in your job search?
Thousands of British Airways cabin crew began a five-day strike Monday, though the airline claimed it will still be able to carry 70 percent of passengers who have booked flights.
As the Flash Crash in U.S. equity markets May 6 illustrated, problems in Greece can have grave consequences for not merely other Mediterranean economies and Europe, but U.S. and the broader global economy.
I hate meetings. Everyone gets together in a room, and suddenly someone wants to turn it into a social hour. Others like to hear themselves pontificate. It's human nature when you're meeting face to face—the cadence of required pleasantries, the necessary warm up before FINALLY getting to the point, the public comment period which no one seems willing to end, the always-too-long wind down.
What then is holding back women from aggressively touting their subject expertise outside their professional and personal spaces?
European finance ministers meet in Brussels Tuesday and much of the talk will focus on how the sinners can be punished.
Companies are hiring again, but job seekers are facing more competition than ever before. Faced with that reality, people are using unusual tactics to get noticed.
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Calling 2010 the "most game changing time yet for corporate responsibility" Ernst & Young's CEO Jim Turley stressed that "our professions are based on trust and there is a serious lack of that in the marketplace today."
We found that what’s best for the employee isn’t at odds with what’s best for the organization. On the contrary, doing what’s best for the employee greatly increases the likelihood of the organization’s success.