In Defense of Micro-Managing

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on July 28, 2010

Micro-managing is a vital part of an employer’s job. An employee’s work environment is not a popularity contest. It’s about successfully fulfilling the ongoing tasks at hand in the way in which you as the employer sees fit.

Some people work better if they are micro-managed and are held accountable all day long. Other’s do not need as much hand holding but nonetheless, micro-managing assures you that a job is getting done the way that you want it done.

To Be or Not To Be: Employed

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on July 14, 2010

In addition, he would have been completely lost as an employer in today’s modern world sifting through countless resumes and conducting countless interviews attempting to find the very best candidate to fill a critical opening.

“To be or not to be?”

Obviously, he never had to go through the recruitment process or to put together a first rate resume, seach for opportunities, go on multible job interviews, and wait sometimes excruciatingly long for a job offer.

Time: The Ultimate Deal Killer

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on July 9, 2010

If there is a legitimate reason why the interviewing process needs to take a long time, then it is incumbent upon the employer to communicate, communicate and communicate! We are living in the digital age so an easy email is all that is really necessary to communicate intent but why not pick up the phone and give it a personal touch?