A Millennials Transition From Road Warrior To Normalcy

When you’re searching for employment your senior year of college, jobs that shill cross-country travel can quickly catch attention. The idea of jet-setting across the country for work and rejecting the perceived monotony of office life was highly attractive. Flying first class, per diems, and enjoying the swanky clubs for frequent flyers can seem like…

5 Steps for Effective Leadership

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Leadership is a hot topic. A quick search on Amazon for books about leadership returns over 190,000 results. There are countless TED Talks addressing leadership, and it is not uncommon for organizations to conduct leadership seminars and retreats for their management teams. When it comes to being an effective leader, there is no magic formula.…

Generational Connections

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For the first time in history, we have four generations working side-by-side. While generational diversity creates challenges for many, it also brings together the strengths of each generation. Each generation has different characteristics, priorities, work styles, work ethics and values. Quite frankly, you can find article after article citing the challenges of interacting with four…

Consulting Vs. Contracting, A Recruiter’s Perspective

Consulting Vs. Contracting, A Recruiter’s Perspective Digineer

Over the year’s countless terms have been used to describe an interim worker (e.g. contractor, consultant, temp, seasonal worker, specialist, staff augmentation, etc) but there are two that stand out in the professional services industry: CONTRACTING AND CONSULTING. Is there a difference between the two? –Contractors are coming in for a specific task/project, period of…