Category Archives: Consulting

Statistically cautious…

As Samuel Clemens (AKA Mark Twain) said: There are three kinds of lies; – lies, – damned lies, and – statistics. Statistical analysis is a powerful tool to make sense out of an otherwise overwhelming amount of data, but care must be taken because that same analysis can skew the results in some cases to make powerful (and… Read More »

“Supplemental” temporary/term employee; the worst of both worlds

Many people seeking employment these days are tempted by the question:  do I want to be an independent contractor or an employee? While the choice has always existed, many organizations are back to promoting a third option:  contractual/term-employee (supplemental) – which may sound good for a short engagement, but could be costing you more than you think. Lets put our roles in… Read More »