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- In Search of the Purple Squirrel
- The Halo Effect: Interviewing Under the Influence
- First Quarter Trends in the Workforce: How Does Your Company Compare?
- Countering the Loss in Company Revenue Due to March Madness
- How Passion Drives Me to Do What I Love
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Dynamic has been selected for the 2015 American Leadership Award amongst all peers and competitors by the American Economic Institute (AEI).Awards
On Monday, September 14, 2015, Dynamic Office and Accounting Solutions took part in the 11th annual Have a Ball golf tournament at Crow Canyon Country Club in Danville. The golf tournament, benefitting testicular cancer, is one of the largest non-celebrity golf tournaments in the world. The Have a Ball Foundation is credited with raising over $3 million dollars for cancer since 2005, benefits over 22 cancer organizations, and creates and awards scholarships to oncology nursing students.General
Whether or not you choose to tattoo or pierce your body is your decision. You do need to be aware that companies and hiring managers sometimes base their decisions about offering you a job or not based simply or your tattoos or piercings.General
The tables are turning and the candidates you are actively pursuing have a lot more options! According to a recent 2015 survey by ExecuNet, 68% of Search Firm Recruiters expect talented candidates to be driving recruiting efforts by the end of the year.General
The so-called purple squirrel is the candidate of your dreams. If you have found a candidate that possesses each and every quality you could ask for, then you have found yourself the perfect Purple Squirrel candidate!
So what has led to the idea that the purple squirrel exists? Why have companies held out for the elusive purple squirrel? Team Dynamic will share a few reasons.
Have you ever walked into an interview and immediately thought, ‘Yes, she’s the one!’ or ‘Yes, this is the company for me!’? Some people call this instinct or ‘just knowing’, that feeling of meeting someone that reflects your values and attitudes. It might be that you can see how they could immediately add value to your company, or that if you work together you’ll get on famously.General
With the first quarter of the year just behind us, Dynamic Office and Accounting Solutions looks to the hiring trends predicted at the beginning of the year by notable experts with the hopes of helping our clients secure solid employees and our candidates acquire great employment opportunities .General
March Madness can be very costly, and not just what you lose in your office pool.
All the bracket-making and bracket-busting, not to mention game-viewing, of roughly 60 million of us will likely cost employers roughly $1.9 billion in lost productivity this year, according to outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
And that may be on the low side.General
“If you break it down, leading with love calls for heightened consciousness… It’s about listening, but even more importantly, it’s about actually hearing what is being said. It’s about making time to listen, and space to process what you’ve heard. When you are conscious and present for the other human being a different conversation transpires. It’s one of trust. From trust, grows a community and with a trusting community, you gain a culture.”General
Matt Ferguson, CEO of CareerBuilder commented, “There is a growing disconnect between the skills employers need and the skills that are being cultivated in the labor market today. This causes workers and companies to miss out on realizing their full potential and, in turn, causes the economy to fall short of its potential. The onus is on businesses and the public sector to work side by side to identify where there is a deficit of talent and re-skill workers to close the gaps within their communities. This is not a problem that can be solved overnight, but it can be solved.”General