Is now the time to get a real estate license in New York? We have a few points to consider
No matter the level of an open position, the pay grade, or the learning curve, hiring is expensive. There’s really no way around this. Even temporary jobs requiring relatively little in-house training can still put a dent in your hiring budget, especially when you need to contend with high employee turnover and risky trial periods. […]
Eleven years ago today I started out as three rubberbands. Today, this is how big I’ve grown. What is your opinion, should I continue growing or make offspring? Special thanks to Scott Swanay of Sherpa Social Media @SherpaSocialMed for suggesting I post this!
On October 30, 1981, I walked through the door of ADAM Personnel not knowing what the day would hold, let alone the next 30 years. I was no stranger to work—I had been on a payroll since the age of 16. But it was time for the next big step: A full-time office job. I […]
Adam President Catherine Palmiere, in the first of a series of blogposts to help jobseekers help themselves, says “You can get hired – it’s a matter of having the right qualifications, having the right attitude and showing the right people that you’re an employable person.” To get you started down the road to your new […]
This is the first of a series of blogs by Catherine Palmiere designed to help job seekers set themselves up for success. Make no mistake, the job market is picking up. We’re beginning to see more job growth in temporary employment and temp-to-perm placements. The great news there is that temporary job growth historically spurs […]
At last! The eagerly awaited Second Edition of Unlocking the Door to Your Career: Guidelines to Finding the Perfect Job and Taking Charge of Your Life has been released. The new edition, with more tips, techniques, and advice for people on both side of the employment equation, is now available at your bookseller, and online. For […]