OK, admit it: coming back to work after New Years Eve is the hardest week of the year. After all, New Years Eve, Holidays and of course the great American holiday of Thanksgiving just came and… Read More »How to Be Productive at Work The First Week of 2020 by Bernie Reifkind
So here comes a new year with all the hopes and aspirations that a new year brings. What are you going to do this year to further your career? Why didn’t you do it this year? You procrastinated.
1. Make your highest and best offer first. If you are really serious about hiring an outstanding employee, then nothing can be more insulting to an employee than a “low ball offer.” If your intent is to make a low offer and then raise it if the person declines, you have already created an adversarial tone. If you are serious, make a serious offer.
I just wanted to say thank you to each and every Veteran and to let you know how much America appreciates your service. We cannot thank you enough. It is because of your service to… Read More »Thank you to all of America’s Veterans by Bernie Reifkind
1-800-801-1400 I am speaking with so many talented professionals in the health care field that are unemployed and have been for quite some time. Long term care (or health care in general) is supposed to… Read More »5.5 Things To Do Right Now If You Are Unemployed By Bernie Reifkind
According to familydoctor.org: What are some common signs of dementia? Dementia causes many problems for the person who has it and for the person’s family. Many of the problems are caused by memory loss. Some… Read More »10 things to remember about memory loss (dementia)
How bold is Google? They announced that they are targeting Microsoft’s revenue: “The arrival of the Chrome OS is a direct threat to one of Microsoft’s main revenue streams: sales of the Windows operating system… Read More »Bold 2.0: Google, Noe Namath, The Moon and Recruitment