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Category: Career Development

BC’s Accountants Unite under Chartered Professional Accountant Designation

Posted on June 3rd, by Karen Epp in Career, Career Development, Finance, Karen Epp. Comments Off on BC’s Accountants Unite under Chartered Professional Accountant Designation

The Chairs and CEOs of the Certified Management Accountants Society of BC (CMA BC) and the Certified General Accountants Association of BC (CGA-BC), and the President and CEO of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of BC (ICABC) have signed an agreement to pursue a merger. The three self-regulated accounting professions are working to unite under … Read More »

Salary Wizard Calculator and Stats

Posted on May 1st, by Henry Goldbeck in Career, Career Development, Human Resources, Job Search, Recruitment. Comments Off on Salary Wizard Calculator and Stats

Whether you are preparing for salary negotiations or just want to know, we have compiled a few links to help you calculate your benchmark salary.

Wellness is the Game Changer for Your Culture

Posted on April 11th, by Lougie in Career Development. Comments Off on Wellness is the Game Changer for Your Culture

If you are the CEO or owner of a company with employees, you know one thing for sure, your company’s culture is the game changer for your business.

Do People See Value in Your Work?

Posted on October 22nd, by Henry Goldbeck in Career, Career Development, Leadership. 4 comments

 

Monetary recognition is an important motivation however, ask yourself, are you measured by money or are you motivated by money? Barry Shwartz, a TED presenter gave an example of Motivational Competition. In Switzerland, when they were deciding where to locate nuclear waste dumps, psychologists surveyed two groups. The first group was asked “would you be … Read More »

Busted: Higher the Degree, Higher the Salary

Posted on September 26th, by Henry Goldbeck in Career, Career Development. 1 Comment

I just read a post by a competing recruitment firm that shall be nameless.  It was so far out of left field that I just had to throw in my two cents.

The post encouraged job seekers to advance their education, which I agree. It then goes to say the higher the degree, the higher the … Read More »