Category Archives: Other

Dear Sharon August 2019

Q. Forgive me for being blunt, but I am unsure of any other way to state my challenge: Doesn’t anybody want to work anymore? A. It’s ok, I get the point. We get this question a lot, and unfortunately there is no magic bullet answer. There are indeed people who will work very hard. But there […]

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Dear Sharon – July 2019

Q. I know this may be a strange subject, but I am certain I am not alone. I am so frustrated by the number of meetings my company is having. I seriously think we meet to plan more meetings! It is making it impossible to keep up with my other tasks, so I’m having to […]

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Dear Sharon – June 2019

Q. Our business is super busy these days, but despite the good economy, we’ve had more than our fair share of unique challenges this year. In my opinion, as a long tenured leader, customer expectations has reached an unattainable performance level. It’s almost like they want something that doesn’t exist! While I understand giving great performance, […]

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Dear Sharon – May 2019

Q. I am a small business owner. I currently have eight people on my team, all of whom work very hard, day in and day out, to grow the firm. My challenge is this – my competitors, which are all considerably larger than I at this point (I’ve only been in business five years) are […]

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Employment Resource Group, Inc. named to Forbes 2019 List of Top Executive Search Firms in The Country

Employment Resource Group Inc. (ERG), headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin was chosen by Forbes for their annual list of the top 200 executive search firms. ERG ranked #144 on the list out of 30,000+ firms nationwide. This list honors firms that specialize in filling position with salaries of at least $100,000. To determine who is chosen […]

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Dear Sharon – April 2019

Q. My company has been really focused on culture the past two years and I am happy to report it is working, with one exception. Our top sales performer is a serious problem. His ego is huge, and he is not a team player at all. It is obvious to everyone that he believes he […]

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Dear Sharon – March 2019

Q. I am so sad, one of my most beloved teammates just quietly told me that she has been diagnosed with cancer. The prognosis does not sound good. She’s asked that I keep it quiet for now until she figures out the next steps. I just don’t know what to do or how to help in […]

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Dear Sharon – February 2019

Q. I have a co-worker that overall, I work well with, except for one issue. This gentleman in our office is a “Trump Basher” and makes no bones about sharing his opinion freely whenever there is an opportunity. Honestly, I’m not a fan of   President Trump’s personally but I don’t exactly share all his views. […]

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