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Making Hybrid Work Weeks the Norm

In the world of retained search, we’ve noticed many offices transition to the hybrid work week model. With so many ways to divide a forty-hour work week, splitting job responsibilities between the office and home has been a proven success.

Finding Resilience in 2021

The beginning of a new year is a time when everyone thinks about new beginnings- especially after a year like 2020. Can we really wipe the slate clean? We want to, but past hurts, mistakes, and losses linger. We can make a new year’s resolution, but that doesn’t mean...

How To Maintain a Healthy Work-Life Balance

By Shlomo Z. Satt The average American works 47 hours per week according to a Gallup poll. This is not including industries such as technology and finance, where the standard is above 60 hours per week. With so much time devoted to work, it can be hard to maintain a...
5 Tips for Maximizing Your Weekend

5 Tips for Maximizing Your Weekend

By: George P. Linke, Jr,. Psy.D. and Shlomo Z. Satt Friday has arrived, and you’re probably looking forward to a weekend of recuperation and relaxation. However, so many of us end up even more tired after the weekend! There have even been several articles explaining...

What Should I Do About Gaps or Job-Hopping Issues on My Resume?

What Should I Do About Gaps or Job-Hopping Issues on My Resume?

By George P. Linke, Jr., Psy.D. One of the most frequent questions I get from those preparing to look for a new job involves how to best handle dreaded resume gaps and excessive jumping from position to position. Many candidates are extremely concerned about these...

Hiring the Wrong Person is the Most Expensive Hire

Hiring the Wrong Person is the Most Expensive Hire

By George P. Linke, Jr., Psy.D. We can all think of instances when our efforts to save time or money ended up costing us far more than if we’d just made the right decision the first time around. For some mistakes, like when you buy those cheap paper towels that...