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Volume 90: Recruiter Misconceptions, Part 2

Three weeks ago, I wrote a newsletter about misconceptions surrounding what I do as a third-party recruiting consultant. That article can be found here. So, with those misconceptions addressed, what is it that I actually do on a daily or weekly basis? The short answer is that I talk to people in my industry. That’s it! … Continue reading Volume 90: Recruiter Misconceptions, Part 2

Volume 89: Recruiter Misconceptions, Part 1

Something I have learned over the past five years of getting to know the corrugated industry is that no one seems to understand what a recruiter actually does. Or what we are supposed to do, anyway. Along those lines, I wanted to give Roy a break from writing the newsletter and address a few misconceptions … Continue reading Volume 89: Recruiter Misconceptions, Part 1

Volume 88: Moving Past the Fear of Change

Those of you that know me well know that I don’t do well with change. I typically have to be dragged into it forcefully. Not kicking and screaming, mind you, but arms crossed, stubbornly trying to stay in my comfort zone. All of that said, change is part of life, and it’s been a big … Continue reading Volume 88: Moving Past the Fear of Change

Volume 87: Moving Professional Relationships Forward

Hopefully, we’re all now fully settled into the new year and have begun to learn to write “2020” instead of “2019” on important documents. I’ll figure this out in about September, I think. As I’ve expressed many times before in these newsletters, I’m not a huge fan of the whole “new year, new me” mindset … Continue reading Volume 87: Moving Professional Relationships Forward