Avenica CEO Brian Weed shares advice for how to identify leaders in entry-level college graduates who have little to no work experience in the following article published on HR Daily Advisor.
How to identify leadership
Everyone knows a great leader when they see one. Yet, if you ask ... Read Full Article
Avenica CEO Brian Weed discusses the real costs of a bad hire in an article for CFO.com
The fact that a bad hire is a costly mistake isn’t news. It’s a well-known truth that hiring mistakes reverberate across the organization. Unfortunately, in the current full-employment U.S. economy, where there’s stiff co ... Read Full Article
Our Twin Cities team had so much fun sharing stories from our elementary school days while packing and organizing boxes of school supplies for our volunteer event which will be held at our annual all-company meeting next week. We're all lookin ... Read Full Article
For job-seeking college graduates about to enter a competitive job market, every bit of experience can help pave the way to a future career. But while some of you may have entered the professional world upon graduation, others may be looking for work in the fall after seasonal employment ends.
You may not see ... Read Full Article
It might sound counter intuitive, but many companies are expecting candidates applying for entry-level positions to come with years of experience. Not only is this a major source of frustration for entry-level college-graduate job seekers, this hiring practice limits an organization's ability to reach an otherwise- ... Read Full Article
As an entry-level job seeker, you may be experiencing a case of wanderlust either in search of adventure or to get started on your career path. Quality entry-level career opportunities can be found nearly everywhere in this economy. And, yes, some regions of the country may be better than others for specifi ... Read Full Article
As a job seeker, you are currently experiencing one of the best entry-level hiring climates in more than a decade. That means opportunities abound for you. However, hiring managers are looking at more than just your qualifications and education; they’re looking at your professional etiquette and interview behavio ... Read Full Article
“What are you going to do with THAT degree?”
From the time college students declare a major, the second-guessing begins. For months, you’ve been badgered to pick a major, only to have your choice questioned again and again.
Now that graduation is approaching, perhaps you’re having doubts and thi ... Read Full Article