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Inc. Magazine Unveils 34th Annual List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies—the Inc. 5000

ISGF Ranks No. 180 on the 2015 Inc. 5000 with Three-Year Sales Growth of 2,310.2% NEW YORK, August 12, 2015 — Inc. magazine today ranked ISGF No.180 on its 34th annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of […]

Orlando Business Journal Names ISGF a 2015 Best Places to Work in Central Florida for the Small Company Category

For Immediate Release Orlando, Florida – May 21, 2015 – ISGF is proud to announce it has been named one of the2015 Best Places to Work in CentralFlorida by Orlando Business Journal. Quantum Workplace, based in Omaha,Nebraska, used a proprietary formula to rank companies based on an anonymousemployee survey. The survey provided feedback about the employee satisfactionin workplace […]

Why Your Company Should Use a Recruiter To Fill Your Vacancy

As a hiring manager, why would you use a recruiting firm? Don’t they all just email candidates to you who aren’t even that qualified? And on top of it all, charge outrageous fees? Using a recruiting firm to help find the right candidate for your organization can often times be a less than rewarding experience. Too […]

ISGF Named as 2015 Fast 100 Asian American Company by USPAACC

For Immediate Release ISGF Named by USPAACC as Fast 100 Asian American Business Fast 100 Post $2.7 Billion in Annual Revenue; Up to 350% Growth Rate Washington, DC – April 28, 2015 – ISGF has been named by the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC) as one of the “Fast 100 […]

How To Quit Your Job

Most career advice is focused on obtaining a job and keeping a job. How should you structure your resume, what avenues to search for a position, how to properly network with strangers and friends. But, today, we’re going to look at the proper way to leave a job. Most certainly you have come across viral […]

Watched at Work?

Surveillance. You certainly do it to your children. The NSA does it to you. Does it happen anywhere else? You bet! Your employer. You should always assume you are being monitored at work. Why? Your employer wants to know they are getting their moneys worth out of you. Most employers have no problems with employees […]

Edit The Team

When you type a document, do you leave typos or do you go back and change them as you type? Most likely you change the typos as you type or, at least, you finish your thought and then fix the typo. You most certainly do not complete the entire document and then return to fix […]

Bored At Work? It Could Get You Fired.

Gallup’s 2013 State of the American Workplace Report showed that just thirty percent of employees are engaged and inspired. Fifty-two percent of employees are constantly zoned out, not entirely focusing on the work at hand. Eighteen percent of employees are actively disengaged at work. As employers, this last statistic is the most terrifying as Gallup […]

Should You Use Social Media to Job Search?

Social media is not only a relatively new phenomenon, it has also, during its short lifespan, seen rapid advances in the types of social media available and the uses people place on them. Facebook, started a decade ago in a dorm room, currently has 1.15 billion users. Twitter has half of that. LinkedIn, with 238 […]

The Power of Networking

Networking. Just the word itself conjures up memories of anxiety and high school dances. Not everyone has the ability to walk up to a complete stranger and spark up conversation. Those who do, have a leg up on the competition. However, those who do not, have a little work ahead of them. Love it or […]

Have Fun, but Not Too Much Fun – Office Party Etiquette

Parties are fun. Holiday parties are even more fun. But what about office holiday parties? Not the office luncheon where things are controlled but the evening holiday office party where you spend the evening dining and drinking with colleagues whom you may or may not like? Many people would describe the above as an evening […]

Tips For Women: Negotiating Your Way to a Higher Salary

Recently, I was asked to sit on a panel of experts on the Huffington Post discussing women in the workplace and, more specifically, providing tips to women on how to negotiate better pay and raises. There exists a gender pay gap in this country. Part of this discrepancy is a result of men being more […]

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