Hiring managers frequently ask me how they can improve their hiring practices. One of my main suggestions? Sell your company and the role as much as the candidates are selling themselves. If you want to compete for the best talent, here are four things to include in your hiring process.
posted on May 17th, 2018
Beyond the technical requirements of the job, there are soft skills most employers look for regardless of company size, industry, or position type. These skills are harder to show on a resume, but when they are communicated well on paper or on an interview, they can mean the difference between moving forward in the process, or being told “thanks, but no thanks.”
posted on May 15th, 2018

We’ve all been there. You get home from a killer interview—you clicked well with the hiring manager, answered all of their questions, even got a tour of the office—and you know you nailed it. But a week goes by and you get a call only to find out you have been rejected.

posted on May 8th, 2018

In the recent past, an organization’s “numbers” referred to sales, margins, ratios, growth rates and returns on investment. But, as technology has advanced, so has the way business leaders approach data. Pure numbers people with a knack for compliance are no longer enough. Read what kind of CFO it takes to make a real contribution to a company’s success.

posted on May 3rd, 2018
It’s been said that “money makes the world go ‘round.” However, for many, money falls lower on the priority list than you might think.
posted on May 1st, 2018
WinterWyman Executive Search's Senior Vice President and Partner, Beverly Morgan, weighs in with Lisa Maronski, Head of Talent for Endurance International Group, on what it takes for organizations to effectively onboard a C-level executive, or "CxO."
posted on April 24th, 2018
WinterWyman announced today the promotions of Kelli McGrath and Chris Mitchell of the firm's Technology division to Partner. Kelli was formerly a Manager and Chris a Principal in the same division.
posted on April 23rd, 2018
A new bill being considered in New York City would fine companies who forced employees to check their email, texts, etc. outside of normal work hours. I’m not a fan of government overlords, but I do think it raises some interesting points.
posted on April 17th, 2018
If you are seeking a remote employee, you need to go a little deeper to ensure you’re finding someone who is up for the unique challenges of working away from the team.
posted on April 10th, 2018
Software developers are highly sought after, especially in today’s thriving candidate-driven market. If you are thinking about your educational options, have a propensity for technology and want to be in a field with better than average growth potential, why not consider a degree in Software Development?
posted on April 5th, 2018

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