Chasing Pay?

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on April 15, 2016

If a prospective employer sees you changing jobs every year or two for higher pay, they may see your time on a job with them as just another temporary stop. The moment another employer offers you more money, you’ll hit the road, Jack. Employers frown from hiring perceived “unstable” candidates, whether or not it is true. Too many job changes on a resume can make an applicant appear unstable.

6 Ways to Revolutionize the Hiring Process

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on February 9, 2016

When it comes to hiring, too many companies are stuck using “old-school” methods for posting job availability and connecting with potential candidates. It’s time to step into the modern age and revolutionize your hiring process. Here are a few tips to help:

Recruitment: Why December Really Matters

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on December 11, 2015

Because most firms don’t recruit during this period, it’s easy to follow the crowd and to also shut down your own recruiting effort. Strategically, however, that would be a huge mistake and a missed opportunity. The best time to recruit is when others are idle and when the candidates are most available and receptive. This is even truer if you are a lesser-known organization that has little success when you must recruit side-by-side against better-known competitors.

Desperate and Need Results? Try This

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on December 3, 2015

In most businesses, this is really what the boss or a client wants from us. Results.

I’m pretty sure that right at this very moment you have your nose at the grindstone and you are sincerely trying to achieve the results that are demanded by your boss or client.

These results may or may not even be realistically attainable. Whether or not it’s realistic, it may not be your choice to decide. You have to do your job and you have to do it now.

Here is Why You Are Qualified

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on June 18, 2015

Know this: you are well qualified. In fact you might even be over qualified.

The reason is simple but not so obvious for most people. The best evidence available is to look at a short list of successful people who have done outrageously successful things in their life without any “qualifications”: