Talent and executive placement
articles authored by T3 Sixty

Hiring can be one of the most important decisions a manager will make that impacts a business.  However, more often than not, an employee resigns, and they end up hiring under duress.  Instead of taking the time to use a…
How do you know when you are interviewing someone that they are not just putting on a facade? There is an art and science to being able to determine if a candidate is just good at interviewing or if they…
How do you ensure that the people you hire are great? The first step to making a great hire is to use a consistent and systematic process. This helps you determine and assess a candidate’s skills and abilities. While this…
One of the key components of building a company or a real estate team is acquiring and keeping talented people and one of the quickest ways to derail a company is to hire a poor fit. To hire smart for…
Even prior to the Covid-19 outbreak, the residential real estate brokerage industry, like many others, was gradually evolving toward more remote work. The pandemic, as we know all too well, greatly accelerated this trend, by immediately forcing tens of millions…
The network effect concept – in which a service increases in value in proportion to the number of its users – has transformed the world, including real estate, primarily with how technology applies, takes advantage of and scales by applying it. Organizations…
Over the last year, real estate companies have experienced significant shifts in many areas of their operations, not to mention the lives of their leaders and employees. One of the biggest changes has been the shift to remote work, which…
As the pool for talented employees tightens with the pandemic contributing to people reevaluating their careers and work, the need for strong internal recruiting practices, in which companies identify and develop their future leaders and talent from within, has increased…
Covid-19 has shifted the overall job landscape. The unemployment rate in April 2020 of 14.7 percent represented the highest rate since the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics began recording data in January 1948. The nation lost 22 million jobs between…
As many real estate company hiring managers know quality talent is in short supply. Statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that 4.5 million people voluntarily left their jobs. This statistic does not include those who were laid-off or downsized,…