Now that you understand elevator etiquette literally, now it is time to learn about the elevator pitch.
Crain’s New York Business recently published “Veterans find jobs program works” a really great article on Sharp Decisions’ veteran program. please check it out!
According to Crain’s New York Business’ annual list Sharp Decisions has ranked as the 11th largest women-owned companies in the New York Area.
Unless you are willing to take the stairs ten flights up each morning it’s a good idea to learn the proper decorum of the elevator, in hopes that it will make that minute of your (and your co-riders) day smoother.
September 11th is a day that had a profound impact on almost all Americans. Today Sharp Decisions would like to take a moment to focus our attentions on all the amazing men and women who have returned from war.
Marvin Lovell, a young 19 year old boy from Brooklyn, was already considering joining the service; he wanted to participate in the advantages the service offered like education reimbursement, and a chance to see the world, but he was still on the fence. Once 9/11 hit, he asked to be placed in the military at the earliest possible availability.
Debra Gioeli is a senior recruiter at Sharp Decisions.
Since its inception in March, the Sharp Decisions V.E.T.S.™ Program has flourished. With a goal toward serving America’s military members that voluntarily put their lives on the line for their country and bringing jobs back to America, the V.E.T.S.™ Program has continued to grow.
In 2008, Christopher Nelson was all set to go into the Coast Guard. Two years later, he was in the Army, and the blast from a suicide bomber knocked him off his feet.