How Recruitable Am I?

  Some people never get contacted by a Recruiter, while others seem to be deluged by invitations to connect along surreptitious phone calls. What makes one prospective candidate more appealing than another, especially when backgrounds and skills sets are fairly comparable? Even in this current recruiting landscape good people are getting overlooked. The answer is that it […]

How To Job Search When You Already Have A Job

There has probably never been an easier time in workforce history to look for a new position while you are still employed.  Beyond the fact that companies are clamoring for quality talent amidst tough recruiting challenges, many individuals are currently working remote or hybrid work arrangements which gives them a privacy advantage that job seekers […]

The Power of an Internship

AFTER A TOUGH TWO YEARS, THE INTERNS ARE BACK! The last Thursday in July has become  National Intern Day. As we move halfway through the summer, we are starting to come to the time when college students who have spent recent days in an internship opportunity (in person, remote or hybrid)  will be returning to […]

A Mission to Mentor, Connect and Lead

By Jeanine Banks, CSP, Executive Vice President, Lloyd Staffing   A MENTOR IS A VALUED ASSET TO YOUR CAREER PATH As this year’s college graduates stream into the workplace, it seems a good time to mention a powerful concept for building a successful career:  Getting Mentored You can gain a mentor at any age, but […]

It’s Not Your Father’s Workplace Anymore

This post has been updated and portions of it originally appeared in the Long Island Press By Nancy Schuman, CSP, CMO, Lloyd Staffing So much is always written about working mothers… stay-at-home moms… the challenges of mothers in the workplace… well, you get the idea. Fathers and work are an old story, so what’s the […]

The Role Most Responsive to Change

Administrative Professionals Day is annually celebrated as the last Wednesday in April to honor the often under-appreciated individuals who hold that title in the workplace.  First celebrated as National Secretaries Day in 1952 – much more than the name of the day has undergone some serious reinvention     By Barbara Cohen Farber, Executive Director, […]