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About Joseph Doonie

Joe has over 35 years of experience in management and as a recruiter. He also maintains extensive experience in financial reporting, investment evaluations, financial systems applications, process reviews, and corporate governance. Joe has also assisted numerous clients by completing special studies relating to claims and underwriting performance. For the last 20 years he has been offering his professional recruiting and Resource Consulting services for his clients. He holds a Bachelors degree in Business Administration, Chartered Insurance Professional and is a Certified General Accountant.

By Peter Weis Innovation for CIOs should not be limited to technology. Throughout my leadership career at both start-ups and Fortune 500 companies, I’ve experimented with new ideas within the IT organization and then sought to take them enterprise-wide. While some ideas flounder and some plateau as useful but limited, others have been major successes. […]

by: Rebecca Knight Dismissing an employee is one of the most unpleasant tasks of management. It’s likely to evoke a lot of mixed feelings: sympathy, sadness, and anxiety. Even if letting go of the employee (or employees) is in the best interest of the company, you still may feel guilty. What’s the best way to deliver […]

by: Kayleen Shaefer Question: My boss doesn’t communicate with me. I sit three feet away, and she e-mails me about everything. I admire her drive, but she doesn’t include me in meetings or have confidence in me to do things. The company’s owner asked if he could get us an assistant and have me take […]

By Perri Capell As a high-school career adviser, I prepare students for professional interviews. Although I explain to my female students that they must wear a shirt that has a collar and does not reveal cleavage, they insist on showing up in blouses with tank tops underneath, often times with sequins or lace accenting their […]

By: Eileen Levitt, President of The HR Team, Inc. For those who have not had the pleasure of experiencing a counter offer, it is one of the most common scenarios played out today to keep an existing employee from leaving for a new employer. Counter offers come in all shapes and sizes – ranging from […]

I want to thank you for taking the time to interview me today, for the position of Accountant. I truly appreciate all the time and care you took in telling me about the job and learning more about me. As I further analyzed the job description and the interview pattern, I grew even more confident […]

By Rachel Zupek Unfortunately, meetings are not an expendable part of corporate America. They are, however – or at least they can seem like – a colossal waste of time. (Unless, of course, food is served.) Mind-numbing as they may be, meetings are necessary. If conducted efficiently, they’re useful and can help you stand out in […]

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