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More Employers Bow To Generation Y’s Demands

Often called spoiled, impatient and exuding an air of entitlement, those who fall into the Generation Y categorization are nonetheless ruling the roost and changing the way many firms accommodate employees. They bring fresh skills to the workplace: they’re tech-savvy, racially diverse, socially interconnected and collaborative– qualities seen as especially desirable as more and more […]

Searching For a Job When You Already Have One

So you have a good job, but you want to make a change, or maybe find something more challenging. Interviewed by Bobby Sisk in the Charlotte Observer, CEO Inc.’s Debby Millhouse has some helpful insights and observations. Read the story HERE!

10 Reasons You Didn’t Get the Job!

Perhaps the only thing more frustrating than not getting the job is not knowing why you didn’t get the job. Here’s a peek into the mind of the average interviewer and some good information to help you maximize your one shot at making a great impression. Check it out HERE!

Changed Choices Named August Charity of the Month!

As part of its ongoing philanthropic venture “The CEO Inc. Giving Fund,” CEO Inc. is proud to announce Charlotte’s Changed Choices as our August 2012 charity of the month. Each month, a portion of the company proceeds go to benefit area charities and non-profit organizations. These are nominated and selected collectively by the CEO Inc. […]

U.S. Labor Market Gradually Healing

Well the bad news is it’s happening a lot slower than many would like, but the good news is the labor market in the world’s largest economy is gradually healing. A measure of job prospects in the U.S. rose in July following the biggest slump in more than a year, indicating the labor market is […]

How To Win the War for Talent!

Every business lives or dies by their ability to find, hire and keep qualified, competent and engaged employees.Ned Smith offers insight into why that task is getting increasingly harder and why most HR professionals say that finding good job candidates is the biggest challenge they face. He also demonstrates things to do to win the […]

How Swearing at Work Could Ruin Your Career!

David Mielach shares important insight into the extreme consequences and self-destruction potty-mouthed employees bring on themselves. Want to be next in line for that big promotion and be thought of more favorably by your co-workers? Lose the four-letter words and replace them with more thoughtful and creative expressions. Read the article HERE.

5 Things Recruiters Loathe (But Hate To Admit)

Like every profession, there are a few things that can really irk a great recruiter. It’s a good idea for both job candidates and employers alike to take a couple of minutes and learn what they are.  These aren’t just random gripes, but legitimate concerns that undermine your recruiter’s effectiveness.  You’re not guilty of any […]

CEO Inc. Ranked 7th Largest Women-Owned Business in Charlotte Area!

CEO Inc. is proud to have been ranked as the 7th Largest Women-Owned Business in the Charlotte, N.C. area by the Charlotte Business Journal.  We give our thanks and appreciation to our fine staff and family of clients who keep us both busy and growing.  We also send our congratulations to the other 24 women-owned […]

CEO Inc’s Debby Millhouse Gives Power Networking Seminar June 19, 2012

WHO:        CEO Inc.’s Debby Millhouse to lead free networking seminar

WHAT:      “Power Networking for Success” Seminar

WHEN:      Tuesday, June 19, 2012 7:00PM

WHERE:    St. John’s Episcopal Church, 1623 Carmel Road, Room 204, Charlotte, NC 28226

COST:        Free; open to the public


This free networking seminar will be led by Debby Millhouse, president of CEO, Inc. – a […]