How To Avoid Hiring The Wrong Person For Your Startup

  • July 4, 2013

“He sounded so capable in the interview!” “I just don’t know what happened. It seemed like she had exactly the right experience we were looking for!” “The whole team loved him, so we just went with it.” Perhaps you’ve uttered these words yourself, or heard them from a hiring manager who is experiencing…


8 Traits Top Employees Share

  • May 22, 2013

Companies of all shapes and sizes are now facing higher levels of uncertainty and considerably fewer resources to spend on even top-priority initiatives. The result has been a growing significance of a certain type of employee: dynamic, consistently effective, endlessly useful, and enjoyable to work with…

More – World Leader in Surface Mount Repairs

  • August 19, 2012

There is a good reason why A.P.E is the world leader in surface mount repair, and when you visit the company website you are sure to see it. This company has been in business since 1968 and has changed with the electronics industry. It now offers dense packaging, flex circuits and plastic odd forms that make it possible to meet even higher standards than ever before. If you need a printed circuit board repaired, a visit to is in order.

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5 Pieces Of Entrepreneurial Advice For College Grads

  • August 1, 2012

I couldn’t get a job to save my life. Here I was, with an expensive degree in my hand from the best “J-School” in the country and solid work experience behind me, but no one seemed to care. It probably didn’t help my cause that unlike many of my classmates who left NYC to accept jobs in smaller markets, I chose to stay and brave NYC and an extremely competitive job market with seasoned journalists. Again, nothing happened. Here’s what I didn’t do: panic.