Career Mapping101: Taking the Reins of Your Future

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By Jeff Herzog, President, FPC National Too often, people take a passive approach to their careers. They spend years working hard at their jobs, hoping to be recognized and given the opportunity to advance. And while this strategy does work for some in the long run, more often it results in being passed over for… Read more »

Imagining a Post-Pandemic Workforce

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How the hybrid work model can be used to attract and retain top talent By Steve Margalit, FPC National When the pandemic first struck and shutdown orders spread throughout the nation, many companies were thrust into uncharted territory. They scrambled to realign their operations so they could survive during a prolonged business interruption. For months,… Read more »

Why Isn’t My Resume Working?

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Advice From a Recruiter: Three reasons why your resume is actually hurting your job search By Jeff Herzog, President, FPC National                   As recruiters, we see countless resumes come across our inboxes daily, most of which are lacking – not only in substance, but in strategy, presentation,… Read more »

The Job Market is Revving Up, Are You Asleep at the Wheel?

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By Jeff Herzog and Steve Margalit, FPC National Most economists agree, economic conditions will continue to rapidly improve throughout 2021.  The global pandemic which was thrust upon us in early 2020 sent shockwaves through the stock market, the job market and almost every aspect of our daily lives.  Because the setback was event driven and… Read more »

How to Build, Nurture, Manage, and Retain a Superstar Team

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By Steve Margalit, FPC National Developing a high-performing workforce doesn’t happen by accident. It is the result of careful planning, the right management approach, and a human-centered organizational culture. To develop a superstar team, you must begin with the understanding that your workforce is the single most important asset in your business; it is the… Read more »

How to Onboard New Hires Successfully

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The Secret to Promoting Long-Term Employee Engagement & Retention By Steve Margalit, FPC National First impressions matter. Just as we experience initial feelings and reactions when meeting another person, we also have distinct impressions when we start a new job. These impressions are powerful, lasting, and often difficult to change. The good news is that… Read more »

FPC National Survey: Job Seekers Attitudes’ During a Pandemic

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By Jeff Herzog, President, FPC National Before the pandemic began, the employment market was robust. In January 2020, growth was in the forecast, as 225,000 new jobs were added to the payrolls nationally. Average private-sector employee earnings rose in January by .2%, and increased by 3.1% over the prior year. Anyone looking for a new… Read more »

Collaboration: A Key to Recruiting Success

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How a partnership model and a national “Exchange Program” lead to successful executive placements By, Jeff Herzog, President, FPC National Your company is about to initiate a search to fill a senior-level vacancy. You’ve assembled a search committee, defined the requirements of the role, and engaged the services of a professional recruiting firm. But how… Read more »

Hiring Top Talent is Hard: Why You Should Partner with a Recruiter

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By Jeff Herzog, President, FPC National As most employers understand, the primary driver of business success is building and retaining a high-performing team. And while the pandemic has created a larger pool of talent, the critical task of identifying and selecting the right individuals has become more daunting and challenging than ever. Companies can eliminate… Read more »

You Think Hiring Someone Can Be Frustrating? Try Being a Candidate

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Takeaways for the Hiring Manager to Sharpen Their Process By Steve Margalit, FPC National “We do not learn from experience; we learn from reflecting on experience.” – John Dewey. The hiring process, which is largely controlled by the whim of the hiring company (as it should be) does not always run as smoothly as it… Read more »