Member Since 2020
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Bill Mulholland, SCRP, GMS is the owner of ARC Relocation - an Employee Relocation Management Company headquartered in Washington DC. ARC Relocation relocates thousands of employees to every US State, US Territory and over 90 countries annually. ARC Relocation is the second largest Employee Relocation provider to the US Government and serves Fortune 100 companies such as DHL, Overstock.com and GNC to name a few. Mr. Mulholland owns several other companies to include a Real Living real estate brokerage (a Berkshire Hathaway Company) and MBC Title (a title and real estate closing company serving 4 states). Bill graduated from George Mason University in 2000 with a BA in Psychology.
A strong manager can inspire loyalty and guide their team toward reaching their goals, helping the company reach new heights. Conversely, a manager who is ineffective or difficult to deal with can drive away talented employees, leading to high turnover rates and the subsequent loss of time and capital.
Now more than ever, people are skeptical about the products and services they want to purchase. Prospects will spend a lot of time researching everything there is to know about a brand before they commit.
Turning a poor customer experience around continues to be one of the main struggles customer service professionals face daily. When the service experience goes poorly, a company can risk losing that customer forever.
Searching for a new job can be a huge challenge. Modern recruiters have an influx of applications to sift through and judge, and it can be difficult to stand out from the crowd.
For many professionals, making a mistake at work can be a big hit to their self-confidence. The scenario can weigh on your mind and cause you to feel like you’re bad at your job or that you’re not cut out for your particular profession. Recovering your self-confidence after a mistake takes some time, but it can be done, and the faster you do so, the more effective you'll be in the future.
When you think about outstanding personal branding, at least one person comes to mind. This person displays all the elements of what a personal brand should be, but they also have a little something more—an “X” factor.
If you're looking for business advice, there are a lot of different places you could go. There are countless books and seminars that promise you success with your business, but many of them are built on the achievements of their creators. No two entrepreneurs or businesses are precisely the same, and because of this, their advice may not apply or resonate with you.
Members of Young Entrepreneur Council discuss how you’ll know when it’s time to consider a career switch.
Entrepreneurs typically have long, nonstandard workdays, with some even working more than 15 hours at a time. Yet even though they may be spending all this time working on their business, there's no guarantee that their days are truly as productive as they could be.
Being an entrepreneur and owning your own business is an end goal for most people. It's a thrilling end result -- the fact that you're your own boss, you set your own hours, and remain accountable only to yourself can be a heady mix. Yet, the benefits of the position usually overshadow the more pertinent considerations that would-be entrepreneurs overlook. Although there are significant benefits to being a business owner, there's also a considerable amount of background work that rarely gets highlighted but needs to be done.
The backbone of a company is its employees, but the brain of a business is its leadership. The best leaders inspire and encourage the employees working under them, but even these leaders need positive reinforcement from time to time. While a lot of this reinforcement comes from those above them in the hierarchy, it has special meaning when the employees under them reach out to show their appreciation.
Trying to get people interested in your startup may seem like fighting a losing battle. The early stages of a startup have several challenges to getting customers involved in the business. Advertising to a large market can be expensive, and you have to figure out if your strategy will even work with your core audience. Standard marketing campaigns can be useful, but audience responses can be lackluster for something they've seen dozens of businesses try before.
Keeping up with your employees on an individual level makes for good leadership. As you hire more and more people to your team, it can be difficult to maintain that one-on-one time with each employee. However, doing so is crucial to ensuring everyone is on the same page and performing their best.
Members of Young Entrepreneur Council share some creative ideas for tech companies that want to leverage more user-generated content.
Members of Young Entrepreneur Council discuss some of the past year's most pressing technology concerns and how we should address them.
When you create a company with someone else, the initial stages require you to work closely together. Eventually, a bond forms, as it usually does when people work closely together. However, as a business grows, you and your co-founder may decide to work on separate parts of the business. Sometimes this may lead to disagreements between founding members -- whether caused by lack of communication or different views on how to expand the organization.
Startups have the potential to be massive earners for an investor. Getting in on the ground floor enables investors to make the most out of a startup's innovations. However, not all startups are successful. Quite a large number of them seem to have good ideas but fail to implement them properly.
Social media is constantly evolving, as are the ways people use it. What was once primarily used for connecting with old friends and family has morphed into a platform for sharing perspectives and launching campaigns.
Businesses have seen a period of massive growth, especially those that deal solely with online sales and services. While this development is promising, it also opens up a business to another problem -- that of having their growth outscale their ability to communicate.
ARC Relocation is an innovative third party relocation company specializing in cost effective relocation management both domestically and globally. ARC is here to assist you, the HR / relocation professional, by saving you time, reducing company costs and improving employee satisfaction! ARC's clients have highlighted the rebate program in their corporate benefits to help with recruiting, employee retention or as a way to reduce lump sum amounts. Today ARC provides relocation services for numerous government agencies, corporations as well as individuals. By developing and implementing new ideas, innovative products, and a higher level of efficiency the relocation experts that created ARC are changing the way employees relocate.