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Tenure or Talent:  What Companies Should Reward

Tenure or Talent: What Companies Should Reward

Companies must hire qualified executives; leaders in these positions create policies, hire employees, and make critical business decisions. Companies are often torn between promoting tenured employees or hiring external talent. There are clear benefits and real...
Crafting YOUR Best Resume

Crafting YOUR Best Resume

Securing that initial interview starts with a best-in-class resume. Most hiring managers and recruiters will spend 30 seconds (or less) reviewing a resume before deciding whether or not to move forward with you as a candidate. Simply stated, you must ensure your...
3 F’s for Your Career: Freeze, Fight or Fly

3 F’s for Your Career: Freeze, Fight or Fly

An executive leadership role is often seen as the highest point someone can reach in their career. However, all professional roles have their ups and downs, even those at or near the top. Any number of situations could force reevaluation of your current career path,...
Executive Search: Accelerating Your Career

Executive Search: Accelerating Your Career

According to the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta has an abundance of large business organizations; in the 2018 fiscal year, this top-10 national city had twenty-six Fortune 1000 companies that generated over $415 billion in sales. The Peachtree City has...
5 Tips To Get The Best Compensation Package With Your Job Offer

5 Tips To Get The Best Compensation Package With Your Job Offer

The interview process is usually a grind; not uncommon for an interview process to take several weeks or even a few months.  Of course, it is more worthwhile when it results in a job offer; especially, when it is one of your top choices. The process should never stop...
It’s Time for a New Career Opportunity: 7 Signs

It’s Time for a New Career Opportunity: 7 Signs

If you dread going into work each morning, it’s time to start exploring new career opportunities. While all jobs come with “bad days,” there are very few reasons reason to remain in a position that is not right for you and your long-term plans. Here are telltale signs...