A Tribute To Sam Rosenwald

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on August 23, 2011

Quite possibly you landed on this post because you googled the name Sam Rosenwald.  Or perhaps you sometimes read my articles on my website and you decided to read this one.  Well I am glad that you are here reading this.  In fact you’re lucky.  But I am luckier. You are lucky because you are about to get a […]

Addition by Subtraction: The Math In Letting People Go

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on August 23, 2011

As a healthcare recruiter, it is very common for me to receive a call on a Friday from a client, that a key employee has resigned and I am then given a job order to fill. I often counsel my clients to first take a deep breath and assess how their operation will be affected.

Crowdsourcing

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on August 17, 2011

Ah……the flood of resumes after posting an ad on one of the employment boards. Candidly, it’s a shame that America’s employment landscape is in such shambles.  It’s terribly painful to be unemployed.  When you are unemployed, the lack of cash flow is concretely disturbing but the emotional turmoil can be overwhelming. On the flip side […]