It’s 2008.  And, for everyone we talk to, the year is off to a roaring start.  Getting the talent needed to handle all that work is a high-priority conversation.

Nothing says heartache like a bad hire.  In this issue, we introduce you to the concept of behavioral interviewing.  We investigate the talent that may be hidden at colleges and universities.  We offer suggestions for re-thinking your hiring process to make it more efficient.  Finally, we tackle the tackle the issue of counter-offers and suggest it may be time to play hardball.

Our goal is that you get more out of this newsletter than the time you put in to reading it.  We welcome your comments and suggestions for topics that would be useful to you in your practice.  Send us an email.

John Borrowman