YEAR-END REFLECTIONS AND OBSERVATIONS FOR NEW YEAR

As I reflect upon 2013 and look forward to 2014, I think of the watershed events that occurred this past year and what impact they will have on the future…

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THE RPO: A FOREIGN COMPANY’S BEST ASSET WHEN EXPANDING RAPIDLY INTO THE US

Newly established US offices of foreign-based companies operate with minimal oversight and sometimes even less support. While modern communications – such as video conferencing, instant messaging and constant connectivity through…

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DUSTING OFF THE RECRUITING COBWEBS AND HIRING FOR GROWTH

As we come to the close of 2013, I’ve noticed that business owners and executives that have managed to weather through the recession and come out of it a bit…

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WHAT FOREIGN COMPANIES SHOULD KNOW ABOUT HIRING PRACTICES IN THE U.S. (PART 1 OF 2)

In a previous post I talked about how an Employee Handbook enables a foreign company to focus itself on those U.S. employment laws and regulations that are most relevant to its activities…

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GETTING YOUR FOOT IN THE DOOR AS AN INTERNATIONAL CANDIDATE

I recently attended a panel presentation on recruitment of international candidates.  The panel included an in-house recruiter, a retained search recruiter and an international candidate who had been successfully recruited…

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TODAY’S EFFECTIVE NON-PROFIT LEADER

We’ve witnessed tremendous change in the world of organizations due to the broad availability of information on the internet and the way specific organizational information is frequently shared via social…

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