2Roads Leader, Barry Vince Supports Challenged Athletes Foundation

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SAN DIEGO, CA, Oct. 20, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) 2Roads Co-Owner, Barry Vince Supports Challenged Athletes Foundation Over the past two months, Barry has been part of a fund-raising event for Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) that raised over 2.4 million dollars.  “The day to day challenge of working hard and putting in the miles was tough,… Read more »

Breaking Glass Ceilings

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“The better communicator will be the one who gets noticed—and will be seen as a leader,” says Rosanne O’Brien ’78 at her keynote speech at the 2004 University of Redlands School of Business commencement ceremony. 2004 was a long time ago, but those words have never been truer then today.  These words came from my… Read more »

Job Market Outlook for 2020

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One thing is for sure, 2020 has evolved into a roller coaster ride for every industry. The COVID-19 Pandemic that hit our country in March has changed the way we look at almost every business for products, supplies, and services. It has changed the way we educate our children, travel for business and pleasure, provide… Read more »

How Businesses Are Implementing New Recruitment Techniques

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How do you recruit during a pandemic? Companies are moving away from traditional recruitment, being very careful about their hiring process, and focusing on staff retention. With many staff currently still furloughed, or working in shifts, companies need to maintain their workforce and look into the future. Here are a few ways businesses are adapting… Read more »

How COVID-19 Has Changed Recruiting for The Tech Industry

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While other industries may be faltering, the tech industry is bigger than ever. With more people working remotely and investing in B2B and B2C technology, tech companies are scaling up rapidly. But the world is changing, and companies need to change with it. How has COVID-19 changed the modern face of recruiting, and should those… Read more »

5 Skills to Demonstrate Ability to Work from Home

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Working from home requires a vastly different skill set from working in the office. The motivation is all different. You aren’t just “working toward the clock,” but you’re instead self-motivating and getting things done. Today, employers are finding that some employees cannot work from home effectively — and they’re looking for employees who can. How… Read more »

4 Ways Employers Can Support Their Staff During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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The coronavirus is impacting everyone. Many employers don’t know what they should be doing to support their employees—they don’t even know what they should be doing to continue to support their own operations. But there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and there will be a return to normalcy eventually. Between now… Read more »

Recruiting Challenges & Solutions During Crisis

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The news over the past couple weeks has been very challenging to say the least.  The Covid-19 Pandemic has every recruiter and human resource professional scrambling.   I have been in the business for 35 years and have never experienced anything similar to this.  This crisis will get worse in the United States over the weeks… Read more »

Why Hiring Veterans for Technical Positions Is A Win-Win

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Looking to hire employees? Considering hiring veterans. Veterans are highly trained professionals who often need to suddenly jump into and acclimate to the workforce. Veterans Are Disciplined and Experienced Veterans have extraordinary levels of knowledge, and they’re extremely experienced and well-trained. They can draw from their experience in IT to move from the public sector… Read more »

Finding Peace & Productivity On the Road

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My quest for work productivity and physical improvement never ends and 2019 was very challenging & rewarding.    I believe in pushing myself to the maximum in all facets of life.  Sometimes past them and finding new boundaries.   Nothing clears my head and provides clarity to make solid decisions like a couple hours out in nature…. Read more »