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A Dress Code Guide for Finance Professionals

Posted on April 17th, by Karen Epp in Career Development, Finance, In The Media, Karen Epp. No Comments

Gone are the days of the standard suit and tie dress codes. Finance teams once routinely ironed button-up shirts and wore stiff fabrics every day. But now, that’s changed. What we used to know as casual Friday attire has been taken to a new level in many workplaces.

Finance office dress codes can be confusing. Sometimes … Read More »

The Ever-Evolving Role of Financial Leadership

Posted on February 27th, by Karen Epp in Finance, HR Management, Karen Epp. Comments Off on The Ever-Evolving Role of Financial Leadership

It’s 2019 and you need financial leadership. The hidden costs of not having a financial helmsman (or helmswoman) tend to stack up – from unoptimized pricing of products and services to revealing the lopsided cost-benefit of maintaining a bad client. You need someone who is able to identify the areas of your business that aren’t … Read More »

Accounting Functions – What’s the Difference?

Posted on February 19th, by Karen Epp in Finance, HR Management, Karen Epp, Recruitment. Comments Off on Accounting Functions – What’s the Difference?

No business can successfully function without a thorough understanding of their financial situation.  While a one-person start-up may be able to function for a while with little more experience than balancing a cheque-book, successful growth will soon make it abundantly clear that more qualified help is required.  It doesn’t take long to discover that ‘accounting” … Read More »

Recruiting for Non-Profits

Posted on February 12th, by Karen Epp in HR Management, Human Resources, Industry Resources, Karen Epp, Leadership, Recruitment. Comments Off on Recruiting for Non-Profits

Not-for-profit organizations are an essential part of society and offer a tremendous service to those whom they serve. These organizations accomplish lofty goals through the tireless efforts of their many contributors. Often, in the pursuit of moving these mountains, non-profits will have to attract top talent capable of advancing the organization’s agenda. Unfortunately, this means … Read More »

It Feels Good to Work: Standing Desks and the Rise of Ergonomic Technology

Posted on October 26th, by Karen Epp in HR Management, Karen Epp, Workplace Wellness. Comments Off on It Feels Good to Work: Standing Desks and the Rise of Ergonomic Technology

By now you’ve likely heard the statement that sitting is the new smoking. As far as alarming yet memorable catch phrases go, it’s not a bad one. While residing in a near-permanent state of butt to chair connection may not be as dangerous as some of the occupational hazards of our past (hunting wild animals … Read More »