Candidate Assessment and Progress: A Quantifiable Approach for the First Thirty Days

So, you hired an entry-level college grad with no experience in the field.  So, what’s next? When you hire someone […]

Three things every entry-level candidate needs to know.

Three things every entry-level candidate needs to know For entry-level candidates, it is often difficult interviewing and getting to know […]

Act, React, Then Act Some More

Plotting out the course of your life can be a rather tough task. Students often go through years of their […]

MEMES GONE BAD: Kankakee County Sheriff’s MEME Unprofessional?

On March 8th 2017, the Kankakee County’s Sheriff’s Office posted a meme on their Facebook page. As you can see […]

The Trolley Problem and Business Decisions

In philosophy, there is a famous thought experiment in ethics called the Trolley Problem.  Philippa Foot first introduced the problem […]

10 Great Sites to Learn Something New

So, as far as lists posts go, this is a personal list of places I frequent to be inspired or […]

You Have Nothing to Prove

Ever wonder what it would be like to have zero lack of confidence in an interview? How is it that […]

TOP 5 Interview Tips for Both Sides of the Table

Interviews can be unsettling if you don’t have the experience or you haven’t had to interview with a company in […]

Bill Gates: Robots that Steal Human Jobs Should Pay Taxes

Bill Gates, in an interview with Quartz, was quoted saying that Robots that take human jobs should pay taxes.  However, […]

Business Culture and Accountability

Today, HR managers and consultants talk about business culture and creating better corporate cultures.  This talk often begs the question, […]