EditorialsBy Matt Bud, Chairman, The FENG

A focus on the people

From our daily member newsletter on February 20, 2019

More and more when I talk to members considering job opportunities, the question comes up about how to choose between two similar situations. Of course, any two situations are never totally similar. There are always obvious differences in responsibilities, titles and compensation. And, if one of the jobs isn’t local, the situation becomes even more complicated because of family situations involving relocation. If you have been made an offer, chances are they like you. People in a position to choose who THEY want to work with are normally selecting between two or more specific individuals who may both be technically competent to do the job. When push comes to shove, they usually go for the person they want to potentially [ Read more… ]