Tag: hold

Why do managers hold on to bad hires for so long?

I’ve been very public about my philosophy on hiring. I do not hire to fire. In no way do I hire someone thinking “I can’t wait until the day I fire them!”, I don’t think any of us really think that! I hire someone believing that with the right training, development, and support, they will be wildly successful! I own at least half of that…

Recruiter.com to Hold Investor Webinar and Q&A Session on October 6

Read Time23 Second HOUSTON, Oct. 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Recruiter.com Group, Inc. (OTCQB:RCRT), a leading hiring platform with the world’s largest network of small and independent recruiters,  today announced that its Chairman and CEO Evan Sohn will share insight into the Company’s current growth and key market drivers during an investor webinar, hosted by RedChip Companies, on Tuesday, October 6, 2020, at 4:00 p.m….

Your Organization Is On A Political Rollercoaster, Hold on Tight

From the boardroom to the men’s room; from the chat features of Zoom and Skype to text, employees are engaging in a political jousting of sorts. Unbridled pandemics and ongoing global social injustice protests have changed the rules of political correctness in the workplace. As organizations are declaring their position on racial and social injustice, they have invited more sharing and dialogue among their…

Hold the Mayo–How to Help the Sandwich Generation Work

I have a young daughter who, like most, is a non-stop source of energy and fatigue for me and my husband. Between school, camps, athletics, UIL, Girl Scouts, CAD class, and the guitar gathering dust in the corner, there is a significant shortage of downtime. Add to the mix aging parents, geographic distance, two demanding jobs, and a 90lb rescue lab who can’t be…