We have a huge span of generations in the workplace. Baby Boomers to Zoomers (Gen Z) – those who prefer a business card to those who will only use a vCard. All should do better at trying to appreciate and value each other’s strengths rather than dissing their differences. We text too much and talk too little. We should be embracing the varied collective knowledge that can transform companies from good to great. Our workplaces replicate our lives and it’s the blend of new and old that help us find meaning and understanding.
A recruiter should never give a candidate false hope. If you don’t have an immediate opening/search that fits the individual’s skill set, you should let that person know. Be honest in how you can or cannot help them. Remember, as a recruiter your reputation is yours to establish and maintain!
I encourage companies to rethink their administrative functions to maximize skills, mobility, and the fluidity of the workforce; most importantly, to not allow gender pay gaps to widen as the EA role continues to evolve
For too long staffing firms never shared their cost of doing business or their costs of employment.
Thatʼs why Lloyd is sharing our formula to help you better understand how we calculate the numbers when it comes to a clientʼs bill rate versus acontract associateʼs pay rate.
One of LLoyd’s long time employees, Frank Cardillo – friend & valued colleague to all, is retiring after 33.5 years of service.