Should My Company Hire for Personality and Train for Skills?

January 29th, 2016

In leading organizations that are changing the game in their fields, there is a broad range of business models and strategies. But, a majority of them agree on a common HR principle: Hire for attitude and train for skill. Finding talent with the right technical skill set will probably not be your leading challenge. It […]

Is Your 2016 Recruiting Plan Off to a Good Start?

January 22nd, 2016

As a recruiting and staffing decision maker, you are at the forefront of your company’s strategic business planning process – or you should be. Your role is to ensure that your organization has the right people and the right number of people in the right roles, in order to meet ongoing objectives. To succeed, you […]

Hot Careers in Quantitative Finance for 2016

January 15th, 2016

Quantitative analysis jobs require a high degree of skill and strong mathematical skills. They’re not for the faint of heart. In fact, some require a PhD in economics or finance and even then, the market is competitive as employers look for the best of the best when hiring. Even though they are challenging, these jobs […]

2016 Career Trends to Follow

January 8th, 2016

Jobs in the tech sector continue to be a promising growth area as 2016 gets underway. Predictions show that, this year, successful job hunters will be those who stay on top of technical trends and continue to embrace change, pursuing new skills that will add value and marketability to their brands. Today’s Job Market Realities […]