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Hiring temporary workers in Lancaster, PA provides needed manpower during times of intense productivity without the commitment of permanent work contracts. The cost effectiveness of the strategy depends on the smooth integration of temporary workers and their ability to complement the skills of the existing workforce. Disruption is a possibility. Ere contributors, Tony Kubica and… Read more »

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Wall Street Journal contributor, Marilyn Faucher, reported on the networking efforts of an MBA graduate in his search for a professional marketing position. Setting his sights on a big city firm, from his remote location in Williamsburg, Virginia, he successfully reached contacts in leading marketing companies using social media platforms such as LinkedIn. The tactics… Read more »

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A recent survey conducted by Careerbuilder provides sobering information for employers who fail to effectively hire. Forty-three percent of employers who mistakenly hired the wrong person did so because they needed to fill a position quickly, but other factors were also cited. Considering that seven out of 10 businesses had experienced a bad hire and… Read more »

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In December 2013, The Harvard Crimson reported that the revered university inflates student grades. The Dean of Admissions, Jay M. Harris, admitted that average student grades are inflated and that most grades awarded to students are “A”s. According to Forbes and a survey of more than 200 employers by the National Association of Colleges and… Read more »