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ASK THE RECRUITER:  How to Avoid A BIG Surprise In Your Job Search

3 April, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
CEO candidates DO NOT like serious game-changing surprises with new jobs, especially those that surface AFTER they have accepted the position and relocated their family. This happens far too often. One rhetorical question I frequently hear:  “The recruiter didn’t know or they chose not to tell me.  No one on the board of management team […] Read more»

Four Jobs in Six Years? Death by A Thousand Cuts

17 April, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
There are more than a few candidates whose job/employment history is less than stellar.  In everyone’s career stuff happens and in most cases these situations can be managed effectively without inflicting major damage to future employment opportunities.  However, when you see a resume with four to five jobs in a six or seven-year period of […] Read more»

5 Ways to Prepare for Healthcare Transformation

26 September, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
This article should serve as a clarion call for healthcare CEOs.        Medicare Cuts will Cost Nearly 500,000 Healthcare Jobs  09/25/2012 | by Hilary Lau | D Healthcare Magazine Mandatory spending cuts to Medicare in 2013 will result in large-scale job losses in physician offices and throughout the healthcare system, according to an analysis on the impact […] Read more»