Posts Tagged: Washington DC construction manager staffing agency

Institutional Memory

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Companies work hard to develop what is known as institutional knowledge; ways of doing things, procedures and policies that enable the company to perform effectively. But as hard as the company might work to grow this knowledge, over time, it often decays. Some of it may find its way into company policies and procedures, but Read more »

Recruiting Misconceptions

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We all have our opinions and beliefs about how things work, based on our experience and education. But often, these beliefs are not quite accurate. They are based on limited evidence, intuition, or colored by emotional bias. The same is true in business, where managers sometimes have mistaken beliefs about their company. It happens to Read more »

Selling Yourself

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If you are looking for work, you know that you have to sell yourself to potential employers, to persuade them that you are the best person for the job. However, the idea that the job search is akin to selling is a bit off-putting to some people. The idea of selling in general is seen Read more »

Bad Job Ads — A Real Turnoff

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Companies post job advertisements with the aim of attracting qualified candidates, but all too often, they have just the opposite effect – turning them off. One job ad, for example, listed 22 detailed essential job qualifications. What talented, sought after job candidate is going to bother wading through that thicket? What is even more problematic Read more »

We have used the services of RealStreet on a Joint Venture contract for over three years for our government client, and I have personally found RealStreet’s level of support and professionalism to be among the highest in the industry. The people they have provided to us have been high quality as well. They do the Read More…

Joseph J. Sacco, AIA, Program Principal

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