We take a look at one of the City’s most hallowed traditions and explore its origins
Is now the time to get a real estate license in New York? We have a few points to consider
We take a look at the history and significance of this New York tradition
The Americans With Disabilities Act, or ADA, is a set of Federal laws designed to protect disabled Americans from discrimination or restricted access to opportunity. In addition to the ADA, each state has a similar set of laws that serve the same purpose– that of providing the disabled with equal access to public services, stores, […]
When my clients create a listing for a position, their goals are twofold. First, they want plenty of applicants to see the post and respond. A wider pool (up to certain point of diminishing returns, which we’ll address in a later post) means an overall increase in high quality applicants and a selection process balanced […]
On May 24, 2011 Adam President Catherine Palmiere will speak to adults at the AARP Back-to-Work-Program discussing her Job Search Tips and Strategy for securing employment in a challenging job market. Watch for them to say “Wow” and maybe what a great sense of humor she has!
Crain’s New York Business, the go-to publication for New York entrepreneurs, turned to Adam President Catherine Palmiere, the go-to human resources guru, to find out how a top New Yorker uses and rates Apple’s iPad tablet computer. In “Top iPad apps for businesses on the go” by Jeremy Quittner, Crain’s looks at the pros and […]