Stuck in a City Partnership?

Get Your City Partnership Unstuck.   Are you currently feeling stuck in a partnership?  Don’t panic.  Nothing good comes out of actions based on fear or panic.  Just because you feel like you’re “stuck,” you think you’ve got to get OUT immediately. That panic or anxiety you’re feeling about being stuck in a relationship or… Read More »

Careful, don’t Pierce City’s Political Veil

“Careful NOT to Pierce Your City’s Political Veil” In corporate governance, “piercing the corporate veil” results in “personal liability” for Directors and management of the commercial corporation when these ignore the formalities of corporate governance and the state laws that are in place to limit their liability. Basically, the shareholders in the corporation are held… Read More »

Interview Mistakes That Will Keep You From an Offer

You have a great resume, a cover letter that dazzles, impecable references–the only think left is the interview.  So make sure you don’t make these mistakes: 1. Don’t show up late! The easiest way to look bad right off the bat is to show up late.  It gives the impression that you’re unresponsible and makes… Read More »

Cutting Costs Part II

Companies continue to search for new ways to become more nimble and thrive in a tough economy.  In Part 1 of this series we shared three ways companies are using staffing to contain costs, reduce risks and increase flexibility. Today, I’d like to share a few ideas to help you save time and grow your… Read More »

Cut costs. Find new sources of revenue. Improve productivity.

Even though some positive economic signs begin to emerge, these three goals will still ring true for nearly every business throughout the country. Through using a planned approach to staffing, companies are saving an average of roughly 10% (and in some cases up to 30%) of labor costs with temporary staffing and reducing financial risk. … Read More »