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.
For E-4 SRA (Senior Airman) Raymond F. Szwak Jr., the Air Force provided guidance in his twenties and early thirties; now Sharp Decisions’ V.E.T.S.™ Program is providing him with a future.
For E5 Navy Engineer man Miguel Diaz, life is about adventure. Diaz’s grandfathers were both military men and when he heard their stories growing up, it made him want to join the military too.