posted by Jennifer Pickerel on June 21, 2022

For decades, it’s largely been an employer’s market. Corporations held the reins and controlled the power in the employment market. But things are changing—there’s a power shift occurring in the

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on February 22, 2022

When it comes to attracting and retaining aviation talent, are you an “employer of choice”? In other words: When candidates are applying with several companies, is yours at the top

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on November 29, 2021

Customers and employees are increasingly demanding that organizations adopt socially responsible policies. But for the uninitiated, successfully applying new business practices can seem daunting. How can business aviation departments follow

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on August 11, 2021

I love recruiting. I mean, I really, really love recruiting. I enjoy the opportunity to match aviation professionals with their prospective career advancements. It’s beyond rewarding.Here at API, we delve

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on July 19, 2021

For 20 years, HR organizations and aviation recruiters (like API) have been suggesting that companies hire for “cultural fit.” And now—as we reexamine the implications of our words—it’s the perfect

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on June 23, 2021

Psst! In case you haven’t heard, there’s a talent shortage out there. And, as one HR Director recently told her aviation department, “Not everyone is dying to work for us.”

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on May 21, 2021

These days, we hear a lot about hiring for diversity. After all, it’s a big part of the larger Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) movement—not only in business aviation but

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on April 22, 2021

Have you heard of the ABCs of bias? And do you know that there are proven ways to block bias? It’s true. In fact, at the recent NBAA Leadership Conference,

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on March 19, 2021

Most of us—during our business aviation journey—come to a career crossroads. It’s that inevitable point at which we decide which path to follow. Will it be to thrive as an

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on February 17, 2021

A VP or Aviation Director might get credit as the leader of a flight department. But if you ask me, middle managers oftentimes are the “unsung heroes” of business aviation.After