As he stood before a crowd at the annual economic forecast luncheon of the Wisconsin Bankers Association, Gov. Scott Walker was upbeat about what 2017 promises for the state. His caveat, however, was all about people.
To be specific, Walker wants to ensure there are enough people ready, willing and able to take part in Wisconsin’s under-pressure workforce.
It’s a given that business leaders are expected to have high integrity, but it’s an elusive trait in many. Here’s how to understand it, evaluate it (in yourself) and get it!
Sometimes, the most difficult aspect of integrity is consistently doing the things we have promised. We see this in all professions –across the board.
When business leaders are asked to describe key traits that correspond with the best managers and professionals they deal with, “high integrity” often tops the list.
You might want to reframe your thinking about the first level of interaction at your company. It’s your first-line supervisors who are directly responsible for the happiness of your customers and your bottom line.
As autonomous vehicles make their way out of the pages of science fiction and onto the highways of the real world, the question remains exactly what type of impact this emerging technology will have on the workforce in Detroit.
A creative provision in the Assembly Republican “Forward” agenda released in early September is the pledge to provide every high school freshman with a computer or tablet to connect them with the internet.
After Andrea Rodriguez lost her job last fall, she put away her suits. Not because she didn’t plan to keep working—she just had to seem younger. She’d been a successful sales trainer at SugarCRM, a Cupertino, Calif., company that pitches marketing and customer service software to businesses. Suddenly she was looking for a job in Silicon Valley, and she was over 50. Early in her search, she recalls, one hiring manager told her, “We have a very diverse age group—some people are right out of college, and one older group is as old as 48.” Gulp.
Most people looking for a new job — at least if they currently have one — use their personal email to correspond with a prospective employer. They don’t tell the people they work with they’re being recruited. They slip on a suit jacket for the interview after leaving the office building. In other words, they carry out the process in secret.
After the recent sale of Yahoo! to Verizon, Marissa Mayer’s CV became a topic of discussion when the web platform, Enhancv created a sample CV highlighting her experience, skills, and career. How can you make your CV more compelling? Here are the key takeaways and critiques that will help you make your CV more amazing.