As we near the end of 2013, I reflect on the many wonderful things that have happened this year and the inspiration I have received from those around me. One of the most inspirational gifts in 2013 came from simply saying yes to volunteer opportunities at both the Nashville Entrepreneur Center and Lipscomb University. Interactions with not only the creative, enthusiastic entrepreneurs and students but also the superb organizations’ leadership have been richly rewarding. read more »
Middle TN female execs give their take on "Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead" by Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg.
LBMC Strategic Staffing President, Sherrie Whatton, shares her leadership insight and expertise in The Tennessean March 17, 2013 edition.
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Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga, Tenn. March 12, 2013 – LBMC Strategic Staffing, LLC, a member of the LBMC (Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC) Family of Companies, is proud to announce that due to high market demand they have added Information Technology (IT) Staffing to their services portfolio.
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Below are the links to the online 2013 LBMC Strategic Staffing Salary Surveys.
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The survey will take only 3-5 minutes to complete. Simply click the link at the end of the survey to register to win: read more »
In the recruiting world, you get exposed to a numerous amount of approaching to the selection and hiring of candidates. Over the course of time one will tend to find trends in what does and does not work for specific industries or skillsets in consideration. A fellow recruiter recently polled his counterparts for their observations on common "recruiting mistakes" they see and here is what he found.... read more »
Keeping your best employees is not easy in a present job market that is full of increased opportunity and new technologies. As you may have already seen, losing your key players can be very costly to your bottom line. The key to retention, however, is not money. Study after study for decades has verified this repeatedly in many different economy situations. Retaining your best employees requires ongoing communication and timely feedback. It starts with a plan to understand each employee's personal needs.
Employers must ask: read more »