What a rewarding feeling to work together as a team and give back to our community that has done so much for us! Our team, thanks to Joanne Rauch, has been volunteering for Meals on Wheels and looks forward to delivering the meals to their customers. It is great to… Read More »
By Leah Isgar
I came across an article today by Peter Thibodeau on ComputerWorld.com titled “The Top 10 U.S. Locations for a Service Center,” which initially captured my interest knowing that there has been a significant increase in demand for Customer Service professionals in the Syracuse area. I take a glance… Read More »
By : Marielle Lanoir, PHR
Most individuals with a 315 area code are well accustom to the varying degrees of “winter” that we as “Central New Yorkers” experience from November-March. Anything less than 5 inches is merely a normal day to most in the Syracuse area.
As an employer, what do you… Read More »
There were many days, while driving to work on 690 West from Fayetteville, that I remember sitting on the highway in standstill traffic for what seemed like forever. Some days I would leave obnoxiously early, due to the 3 road cones between the Midler and Teall exits, that seemed to… Read More »
CR Fletcher Associates is currently recruiting for multiple Market/Financial Analyst positions. $DOE.Outstanding opportunities for individuals that are creative, think outside the box, and have the ability to multi task at a high level. Successful candidates must possess strong analytical skills and have a desire to grow with a dynamic CNY… Read More »
The week of Thanksgiving is finally here. Many individuals will find themselves hitting the road this Thanksgiving, to visit family and friends that are both near and far. According to www.aaa.com, AAA is projecting 43.6 million Americans will travel 50 miles of more from home during this Thanksgiving holiday.
Over the… Read More »
With day 10 of this year’s Olympic Games upon us, there is no better time to do a little recap of the best and worst aspects of the games thus far. Whether you were glued to the swimming events or went into heat as the track events got underway, there… Read More »
On your marks…get set…TWEET! Within a few hours the Olympics will be upon us, and whether you’re a sports enthusiast like myself or just a casual fan you are sure to be caught up in the spectacle that is the Olympics. However, considering that this will be the first Olympic… Read More »
Is it me, or does summer know how to make an entrance! Summer officially arrives at 7:07 pm today, but for many of us in Syracuse and the entire Northeast it’s already here. Being from the Caribbean, people usually ask me if I am accustomed to these temperatures; and while… Read More »
Administrative Professionals Day will mark its 60th anniversary on Wednesday, April 25. Held annually usually during the last full week of April, the observance acknowledges secretaries and administrative assistants/support all over theUnited States.
The day was originally organized in 1952 as “National Secretaries Week” by the National Secretaries Association (now… Read More »