With millions of members, LinkedIn is still growing as the leading professional social network. It’s important to make sure your LinkedIn profile is up to date and a good representation of your profes
Your LinkedIn profile isn’t just a resume – it allows you to have a two-way dialogue with your network. A great way to start this conversation is by sharing content that you create or that you find in
Our Experts | Lyndsey Fortunato Originally featured on Crain’s Cleveland Business. After being promoted into a formal leadership role, it didn’t take me long to realize that managing people is exponen
5 Questions to Ask When Weighing a Job Offer Against Your Long-Term Career Goals. Can you imagine turning down 5 or 10 thousand dollars? I can tell you firsthand – it’s tough, but oftentimes, worth it. Especially in the first half of your career, knowing when to hold off on a career move that will provide a quick salary increase in favor of the long-term benefit of sticking to one great opportunity is extremely important. Sometimes when the opportunity is right, it even makes sense to take a pay cut to move to a company with high growth opportunities.
There are many ways to build your business, and in this day and age using technology to your advantage is one of them. But with all the advancements we have made, it’s important to remember one important tool – word of mouth.
Imagine total integration of all a warehouse’s machines, working together and communicating with one another as well as with the employees. This set-up resembles a well-designed ecosystem and when utilized correctly, all pieces and parts can coexist together for the best and most efficient results.
When we can start to change perceptions, we can attract millennials to our factories where they will be greeted by rewarding careers. Practice these tips and you will help to update the flawed perception of manufacturing careers and, in turn, attract and retain millennial employees.
Our Experts | Anna Hermann Last month I attended the Women’s Leadership Conference of Northeast Ohio (WLCNEO) at the Intercontinental Cleveland. This was the conference’s second year and it did not di
Republican candidate Donald Trump was quoted saying, “You go to New England. You go to Ohio, Pennsylvania […] and you will see devastation where manufacturing is down thirty, forty, sometimes fifty percent.” But did you know that, in reality, manufacturing is thriving in the midwest?