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Tammy Hink: Have You Met the Profiles Vice President?

Profiles welcomes Tammy Hink as its new Vice President, building up and leading the sales and recruitment teams to business and personal success. Tammy brings a strong ability to not only grow companies but grow people into the best professional they can be. Why Tammy Joined Profiles Tammy truly enjoys the opportunity to build relationships. […]

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Emotional Intelligence 2.0 in the Workplace

Studied, presented, and written by Profiles Operations Manager, Jordan Posey Emotional intelligence (EQ) has become a hot topic for business leaders in the last year or so. In my five years of working at Profiles, I’ve heard our President & CEO, Joe Gambino, mention the term numerous times, making him way ahead of the curve […]

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Employee Experience for All Generations

Sir Richard Branson, the management visionary, has said: “My philosophy has always been, if you can put staff first, your customers second, and shareholders third, effectively, in the end, the shareholders do well, the customers do better, and your staff remains happy.” Branson has succeeded with this approach–and many other companies have realized the importance […]

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Common Myths About Managing and Retaining Millennials in the Workplace

You may have heard that Millennials—who now are 53 million individuals in the workforce–are a difficult breed. Supposedly, Millennials have demanding expectations and are hard to manage and retain. Given the number of Millennials that you are likely to employ, you want to be as effective as possible when managing and retaining Millennials. The cost […]

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Recruiting Millennials Into Your Workforce

Millennials tend to be career-focused in college (50% of recent college graduates say they know exactly what they want to do at work) and yet, it now takes longer than ever for them to find jobs. Despite all the benefits of hiring millennials, the average job search for unemployed college graduates now takes 27 weeks […]

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