How mean are mother superiors?

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Of course, it's all a stereotype, but I couldn't resist asking Sister Anne Myers, who once upon a century would have been called Mother Superior... Read more

How one company recruits tough-to-find employees

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What do you do as a chief executive when the type of employee who is key to your company's success is in short supply? At Genex Services LLC... Read more

Moving across the river -- Jersey to Philly

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Hill International, the global construction and claims management company named for Cherry Hill where the founder lived, moved from New Jersey... Read more

Politicians shouldn't build skyscrapers, malls

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The government shouldn't be in the business of building skyscrapers or shopping malls, but it's not surprising that it is, given the way politics... Read more

At Hill International, taking over for Dad

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As long as his father, Irv Richter, was in the picture at Hill International, his son David was always somewhat in the shadow, despite the... Read more

Two upcoming events for job seekers

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Generocity, a local social impact news and event group, will hold a job fair for people seeking work in nonprofit and social impact groups... Read more

Executive recruiter: Cracking the age code

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We all know the law: Ageism is illegal and asking about an applicant's age, even when recruiting at the C-suite level, is legally verboten... Read more

Skirts give women execs a leg up

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Are heels a requirement for an upcoming woman executive. No, says Judith von Seldeneck, who recruits executives for a living. But skirts are... Read more