Our first Jobcast episode was so popular that we were encouraged to create this sequel. In this episode we discuss the duties, projects and benefits of being an on demand recruiter at Proactive Talent. Tune in to hear about a great opportunity and perhaps, learn about your next career
In this episode, Courtney Lane interviews Dale rose, a nationally recognized expert in leadership development, 360 Feedback and assessment-based human resources solutions. 360 Feedback is likely something you have experienced in corporate environments. However, the way organizations
The COVID pandemic changed the world in 2020 and has made an impact on so many things, background screening among them. With so many companies relying on remote recruiting, remote interviewing and completely on remote hiring, background screening takes on a greater significance. Courtney
Pandemics have had a profound effect on global populations and their respective economies. Historically, we have seen this benefit disenfranchised groups. For example, during the Bubonic Plague of the 14th century, the feudal system collapsed, and the surviving peasants and artisans became more
In this episode, Brittany King interviews Greg Fontus. Greg recently joined the Proactive Talent tribe and we are super excited to have him. Yay! Greg Fontus Bio Greg Fontus has over 10 years’ worth of knowledge and experience challenging and empowering others to be inclusively
We can’t let Women’s History Month go by without asking some important questions: Was 2018 the Year of the Woman? Or was 2021 the Year of the Woman? And if 2021 is, then where are all the female CEOs?
The labor market is beginning to look promising after a tumultuous year with the Covid pandemic. Consider this quote from the NY Post.
The uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has not stunted the growth of the agile recruitment processing outsourcing company – Proactive Talent who has made several key hires, launched new advisory services and acquired a multitude of new clients. With this growth comes the need to
The Year of the Woman was a popular label attached to 1992 after the election of a number of female Senators in the United States. The term has also been used with respect to the 2018 House elections, in which a record 103 women were elected, 90 of whom were Democrats. Some have proclaimed that