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Past, Present & Future

Monday, April 8, 2019  by Bailey


At the beginning of the 20th century, the average person worked 60 hours a week and made less than 1% of today’s income. Forty percent of the labor force were farmers. 56% of families lived in poverty versus 14.5% today. Life expectancy was less than 50 years for men and women. Now the average age of retirement is 63 and the retiree will spend fifteen years enjoying leisure. Cable TV, iPads, cell phones, air conditioning, Internet and microwave ovens did not exist. Today, there are as many cell phones as there are people. The poor live better than the middle class did 100 years ago. We have more leisure time and conveniences. Travel enables exploration of the globe. Uber is just a software tool, does not own any cars, and is the biggest taxi company in the world. The average person spends more than 10 hours daily using iPads, cell phones, personal computers, video games, DVDs, and TVs. About 160 million Americans are either obese or overweight. The economy has strengthened and the pendulum has swung in favor of the employee. By 2020 another 20 million baby boomers will retire and that will add to the gap in talent and skills. There are 5.7 million job openings including 200,000 in construction; 500,000 Job opportunities software engineering and IT roles; 600,000 of high­end manufacturing jobs, and over 700,000 nursing and healthcare positions. Job seekers want higher pay, more time off, and better benefits. Career driven talent wants growth opportunities, empowerment, and flex time. Continual education and training is and will be a key differential for both employee and employer. Over next 20 years, 70+% of existing jobs will disappear due to technology and business evolution. There will be a lot of new jobs. Artificial intelligence will increase and by 2030 computers will become more intelligent than humans. We will have self­driving cars and you will be able to call and have a car available for transportation needs. Today’s infants may never get a driver's license and own a car. More solar energy was installed worldwide last year than fossil; electricity will become cheaper and cleaner. IoT (Internet of Things), robotics, 3D printing and other technology advancements will change the world. And if all this sounds strange, then ask IBM’s Watson for advice on anything from legal and technology to cancer research and energy management.

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Vicki Pallotto Celebrates 24 Years with B&B

Friday, April 5, 2019  by Bailey


Congratulations to Victoria M. Pallotto, CPC for celebrating 24 years with Bohan & Bradstreet this week! Vicki has seen it all in recruiting and continues to set the standard in exceptional consultancy services. She goes well beyond the resume with her candidates, getting to know them personally and enjoying being by their side during their career paths. Her clients have a unbreakable trust with Vicki developed over decades. We are so fortunate to have such a leader in her field on our team!

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B&B Ranks Up on Forbes Best List!

Monday, April 1, 2019  by Bailey

We are pleased to announce that for the second year, our firm has been recognized as one of the best in the country by Forbes!
Over 25,000 recruiters and 5,000 job candidates and human resources managers were surveyed to determine the Top 250 firms within each of the Executive and Professional categories. More than 17,000 nominations were collected and firms with the most recommendations ranked highest. Bohan & Bradstreet moved up from the top 100 in both categories to the top 75 for Professional Recruiting and to the top 50 for Executive Recruiting. 
We are grateful for the partnerships with our clients and the professional relationships with our candidates. Since, 1987 our team has strived to bring people together for long term success and it is appreciated to be recognized!
Full list of America’s Best Executive Recruiting Firms, click here.
Full list of America’s Best Professional Recruiting Firms, click here.

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Building Your Team for You

Monday, March 25, 2019  by Bailey


Do you:
1) Stay late at the office long after all your employers have gone home?
2) Spend your whole day responding to emails and sitting in meetings while the really important tasks get pushed aside?
3) Feel overwhelmed? 

We all wish there were more hours in the day but the reality is there is not. So as an employer you need to recognize the signs of building a strong team to support you, help you grow the business and the end result will be better quality of life and a thriving company. 

These are all signs that you are doing much but finding the right people can also be challenging and sharing the responsibilty. 

We know we have heard the good old, "If you want something done right, do it yourself.” In order to grow a business, enjoy life outside your business, you need the right people. 

Start by tracking your work day. See how long each task is taking you and write it down. Chances are once you see it on paper you can determine a role to handle those tasks for you. 

After taking a close look at your own productivity, it is time for you to get in touch with us at Bohan & Bradstreet. We can help you find those productivity pot holes and give you our expert advice so we can determine the best fit for your companies needs. 

We can help you look at the bigger picture so you can attain your long term company goals without being the one to have to do it all. Finding the right support for your company is essential in having your company grow and reach greater heights. 

Start building your amazing team! Get excited and make things happen. Contact Bohan & Bradstreet today!

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Keys to Success

Friday, March 22, 2019  by Bailey

What are the keys to success? The B&B team measures its success by the value added by our placed candidates to our client companies. The keys to achieving over 30 years of successful placements are the abilty to define company objectives, targeting a bulls-eye for the position, and sourcing only the highest level of talent for the job.

Here are 5 famous quotes regarding the many factors that contribute to success:


“Failure is the key to success; each mistake teaches us something.” -Morihei Ueshiba


“Focused, hard work is the real key to success. Keep your eyes on the goal, and just keep taking the next step towards completing it. If you aren't sure which way to do something, do it both ways and see which works better.” -John Carmack


“Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.”  -Alexander Graham Bell


“One important key to success is self-confidence.“ -Arthur Ashe


“The key to success is action, and the essential in action is perseverance.” -Sun Yat-sen

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