Short Work History? Beef Up Your Resume With These 3 Tips

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If you’re still somewhat new to the workforce, it can feel like a battle to get an employer to take a chance on you when you don’t have much work history to show. Fortunately, many hiring managers operate with the mindset that they can teach their way of doing things to the right candidate. It’s… Read more »

How to Know Your Accountant Employees Are Miserable

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Unhappy employees are unlikely to ever reach out to you and let you know how dissatisfied they are before it is too late. However, if you’re paying attention, they generally exhibit changes in behavior. Prevent losing top talent and having your business suffer by looking out for the signs that your accounting employees are miserable…. Read more »

Someone Quit On You? Think “Temp”

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When a full-time employee puts in their notice, especially if you are completely blindsided by the news, you may have very real concerns about how to handle their workload until you can find a replacement. Temporary employees can be the solution to help you make it through the transition seamlessly without productivity suffering or causing… Read more »

Should You Take a Job You Don’t Want?

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Sometimes job searching leads you to apply for opportunities that don’t exactly thrill you, but for which you’re qualified. If you end up getting an offer for a job you don’t want, you may feel conflicted: Do you hold out for the possibility of “dream job” or go ahead and take the offer that’s actually… Read more »

How to Self-Assess Before an Interview

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When a hiring manager invites you to come for an interview, it means you’re seriously being considered for the position. Getting deeper into the hiring process also means that hiring managers will be evaluating your qualifications and personality traits much more closely. Don’t blow a promising opportunity because you didn’t ensure all your bases were… 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 »

How to Job Search Long Distance

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The challenges of a long-distance job search are reminiscent of the challenges you may have faced when you were trying to get your first job. Just like it’s hard to get a job without experience, it seems like you can’t get a job in a new location until you move there — but it’s hard… Read more »