Monthly Archives: February 2012

Be Careful What You Say

Posted by Joe Alonzo – Director of eDiscovery/Computer Forensics at Glenmont Group If you’re a news junky like me, you may have caught a recent Yahoo! headline about a high-profile high school football player who got himself in hot water

Posted in Advice

Please Don’t Tell Me About Yourself — Behavioral Interviews

Posted By Dana Fink, Director of Staffing at Glenmont Group Managers have a very important job in today’s business environment. Interviewing and selecting the right personnel are two of the most critical things they must do to reach organizational goals.

Posted in Advice, Glenmont Group Articles, Insights, Outside Articles

Sneakers – One Style Does Not Fit All

Posted by Geoff Zodda, Managing Director at Glenmont Group Nike Lunar Safari, Ranson X Adidas Strata FTD, Nike Air Flight 89, Rebook Zigs, Lebron 9’s and of course the coveted Nike Air Jordan Collection. What do all of these sneakers

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To Search Or Not To Search…

Posted by Susan Beck, Project Coordinator at Glenmont Group I find myself taking at least a half-hour each day to read the stories through LinkedIn Today. Very often there are links to articles and blogs that I find extremely interesting.

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What can we all learn from Victor Cruz (NY Giants) & Jeremy Lin (NY Knicks)

Posted by Michael Potters, CEO at Glenmont Group FIRST THE STORY BEHIND THE LESSON OK let’s get the obvious out of the way – unless you are a diehard Giants or Knicks fan (like most of our office) you did

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When One is Better Than Two

Posted by Adam Weissman, Director, IT & Legal Technology, at Glenmont Group. The only thing that moves more rapidly than technology these days is the torrid pace at which the complexities of conducting business evolve. There seems to be no

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Cross Cultural Behavior

Posted by Adam Malanaphy, Project Coordinator at Glenmont Group In order to be an effective recruiter in today’s rapidly changing professional landscape one must understand the cross cultural differences amongst the people within it. A study on cross cultural behavior

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