Not Sure If You Want the Job? Here’s How to Stall

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Getting a job offer is generally the anticipated outcome of a job search, but just because you were initially interested doesn’t mean that you’ll feel 100 percent confident in accepting it right away. It’s not a decision to be taken lightly, and most hiring managers would rather you be sure when you accept. Buy some… Read more »

Is It OK to Quit Without Saying Why?

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No matter how badly you want to leave a job, it’s essential for your professional reputation to try to quit as gracefully as possible when the time finally comes to move on. Even if you have no intention of wanting to work there again in the future, you never know when you’ll need a reference… Read more »

4 Signs You’re at the Wrong Job and Need a New One

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Most jobs have their bad days that make employees dream of escaping the grind, but there is a difference between the normal grievances of the average workplace and truly feeling bored or disliking your job. If you’re wondering if the feelings will pass or if it’s a sign of bad fit, check out these four… Read more »

How to Spice Up Your Temporary Accounting Job Listings

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Writing job listings isn’t likely to be at the top of your list of enjoyable professional tasks – which may explain why so many hiring managers treat it as a formality and reuse the same templates. Tired, boring and unclear job listings aren’t going to attract the attention of top talent. Spice up your temporary… Read more »

Go Home and Feel Better: Keeping Your Staff Healthy

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Employees becoming sick isn’t just a personal problem for them — it’s a personnel problem for your organization. Whether your workers take sick time and stay home, or show up anyway and try to make it through the day, it negatively affects the whole workplace. The best strategy for combating a sick staff is prevention…. Read more »

Why Temporary Employees Are Crucial During Flu Season

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When flu season hits, your staff can start dropping like flies. Unfortunately, the workload doesn’t stop, but you can protect productivity against the flu with a dose of temporary employees. The nature of temporary employment provides flexibility in times of unexpected, last-minute staffing needs. Check out the benefits of hiring temporary employees for coverage during… Read more »

Happy New Year! Now Get a Job

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The New Year’s resolution process tends to be a predictable cycle of vague goals made with the utmost enthusiasm, only to be abandoned soon after. If you truly want to make a professional change in 2016, make the type of resolutions that will actually help you accomplish your goal (rather than being forgotten about in… Read more »

The Importance of Fact-Checking Your Resume

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Once a job listing is made public, it’s all about timing. If you wait too long, the opportunity may be long gone and filled. While procrastination can make you miss out, there’s an alternative that’s even worse: Not proofing your resume for accuracy. Learn why it’s so important to take the time to perform a… Read more »

Lose the Twitch and Get Something Done

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When nerves strike, are you ready to curl up in the fetal position, or run around like a chicken with its head cut off? The most common responses to nerves are far from helpful, and simply make matters worse – which is a bummer since being nervous about something (like a job interview) means that… Read more »