Efforts to Recruit Black and Latino Medical Students Stall

More than two in five U.S. doctors will be old enough to retire in the next decade and the pipeline of new doctors remains much as it did a generation ago – not as diverse as the overall population. A recent report from the Association of American Medical Colleges underscores two persistent trends in medicine:… Read more »

How To Prepare For A Phone Interview

Understanding how to prepare for a phone interview is extremely important. The phone interview oftentimes determines whether you are granted a face to face interview with the hiring company. So it is critical that you put in the necessary time to prepare. Ideally, you should be in a room that is quiet where you can… Read more »

Understanding the Gig Economy

Hearing the term Gig Economy recently caught my attention. I hadn’t given much thought to it but it is a big part of what we do as consultants in the employment agency industry. Where did this word gig originate? Musicians refer to their paid performances as gigs and really cool people refer to their temporary… Read more »

It Is Never Too Late To Improve Customer Service

The image of many companies today starts at the front desk or on the telephone. This is the first exposure your client or customers have of your company. Many will agree on the importance of customer service as this continues to be an area that is often neglected by employers. Is It Too Late To… Read more »

Making Good Business Decisions

Growing and sustaining sales is the goal of every business owner. There is nothing more gratifying than for an owner to experience success. One of the most challenging parts of business ownership is the pricing of your products or services. Determining your price should not be a guessing game; but rather an educated, well researched… Read more »