Should Employers Remove Marijuana Drug Screens from the Hiring Process?

Aaron Phillips
Posted: Friday Sep 20th, 2019

In recent conversations with business owners, nonprofit executives and other key leaders, Decision Associates is consistently hearing that more than half of applicants who apply for entry-level roles are failing drug tests, primarily due to marijuana usage. This difficulty in the hiring process has led some of our clients to change their drug screening process.

Secrets to Attracting the Best Candidates

Elizabeth Cipolla, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Posted: Friday Sep 20th, 2019

Are you a leader who is plagued with an ongoing battle to attract quality applicants? Do you spend an unnecessary amount of valuable resources to replace people who are leaving...over and over again?

B2B Sales Has Changed...Have You?

Mike Smiley
Posted: Friday Sep 20th, 2019

Selling to B2B customers is not easy. We talk to our clients frequently about this. What's just as clear is today's B2B buyers now control the process...

Join Us At Nonprofit Day!

Decision Associates
Posted: Friday Sep 20th, 2019

Join Decision Associates and the Nonprofit Partnership on Tuesday October 29th for the 19th Annual Nonprofit Day Conference! Decision Associates Managing Partner Aaron Phillips and Executive Consultant Elizabeth Cipolla will be presenting on the topic of Inspirational Leadership.

Welcome Our Intern, Kimberly Mosher

Decision Associates
Posted: Friday Sep 20th, 2019

We are happy to introduce our new intern, Kimberly Mosher! Kimberly is working closely with Human Capital Management projects at Decision Associates and has been a wonderful addition to the team. Please say hello if you see her in the office!

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