In working with thousands of business owners over the past three decades, I routinely hear of their recruitment and retention woes. Since there is a right and wrong way to do anything, I’d like to address the three biggest ‘wrong ways’ a hiring process can be done.   TOO MANY INTERVIEWS. This is

Gina Curry doesn’t believe in work-life balance. “It just doesn’t exist, in my opinion,” she says. “I kind of live by the mantra [of] work-life integration. [That’s] how I [weave in] my family and work responsibilities.” Curry is one of three vice presidents of NextPath Career Partners, the staffing firm with offices

As a firm dedicated to meeting the short and long-term needs of our Accounting & Finance clients, one of the common asks we get from growing, entrepreneurial companies is to provide them with high caliber CFO talent. For those who haven’t yet sampled the “secret sauce” that has been a

The pharmaceutical industry in the United States produces more groundbreaking medical treatments than it does in any other nation. Particularly noteworthy are advances in the treatment of previously incurable cancers and debilitating genetic disorders. Yet these laudable successes increasingly have been overshadowed by a growing crisis in the affordability of prescription-brand

In today’s digitally-oriented age, times have changed. Patrick Craven, director of the Clearwater-based Center for Cyber Safety and Education, is all too aware of that fact. “When we were growing up,” he says, “the stranger we were warned of wore a trench coat in a dark alley. But today, that dark

This three part series will deal with death, dementia and divorce and the devastating impact these three “Ds” can have on a marriage. While death often is mostly associated with older folks, it can strike at any age. Our experience shows that most spouses do not prepare for the financial and

The University of South Florida’s Morsani College of Medicine and Heart Institute is hard to miss now that it stretches 13 stories tall on Water Street in Tampa. With  elevated views of downtown, Tampa Bay and the channel district, and the modern sleek exterior, it might be hard to believe this

Tampa Bay’s industrial real estate market is enjoying strong leasing and development activity halfway into 2019. Healthy population and employment growth in the Tampa Bay area are fueling demand for quality, well-located industrial space which, in turn, is encouraging investors and developers to build new product. In Hillsborough County, 1.5 million

Tampa-based ChappellRoberts and the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay have worked together to create an awareness campaign that seeks to provide a lifeline to first responders in the Tampa Bay area. Marking the observance of World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10, the “First to Respond. Last to Ask for Help.”

Jane Mason, founder and CEO of Clarifire based in St. Petersburg, has been selected to receive a Women With Vision award by 20/20 Vision for Success Coaching and Mortgage Women Magazine. The award is given to women leaders in the mortgage industry who have inspired other female entrepreneurs through their success