As any entrepreneur will tell you, running a business can be a daunting and all-encompassing task. Handling the day to day responsibilities, while managing the short and long-term goals of the company, will often leave the owner, or owners, with a full plate. It’s not surprising then that devising and implementing a comprehensive succession plan … Read More »
It is an unfortunate truth of our society that employees are often stereotyped based on their age. Some researchers suggest our society devalues the competence and adaptability of older employees. This does a great disservice to those employees, and also hurts the businesses who act upon these stereotypes.
Modern businesses aren’t usually looking to advertise unfair … Read More »
Karen Epp of Goldbeck Recruiting comments on some fundamentals Recruiters may want to know.
1.) What are some shortcuts recruiters start using once they’ve been in the game for a while?
1. “Many quit replying to applicants.
2. Stopping the search once you have several suitable candidates.
3 Not keeping records of your … Read More »
With a seemingly ever-tightening economy, accountants – especially those who are just starting out – need more than just their professional knowledge to find and keep clients. Communication and interpersonal skills are instrumental to beating the competition.
What is said verbally is only part of what is communicated to a prospective client. Attire, body language, and … Read More »
5 Optimal Traits to Look for in an Accountant
In the words of Mr. Renna, a spokesman for the Society of Professional Accountants of Canada, “[Accountants} are not just bean counters anymore… Thirty or forty years ago, business owners may have said, ‘Here are my books, do my taxes, goodbye and I’ll see you next year.’ … Read More »