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Virtual Accountants – Is It the Right Move for Your Company?

Posted by & filed under Accounting Staffing, Financial Staffing.

There was a time when the traditional business model was king. You brought employees into your office and the average workday lasted during business hours. But that is changing for a variety of reasons. Whether it’s because of the remote and global nature of the work we do today or the fact that millennial accountants…

This Will Help Nursing Graduates Be Successful in Their First Job

Posted by & filed under Healthcare Staffing.

Have you recently graduated from a nursing program and are you looking for your first job in the industry? You may not bring years of experience to the table, but new grads are in demand. To be successful, there are some things that will help to better understand as you get started. Here are five…

More Companies Are Hiring In-House Lawyers. Should You Make This Career Move?

Posted by & filed under Legal Staffing.

Did you know that more companies are hiring in-house lawyers? Before you decide to go out on your own or become a contractor or consultant, you might want to consider expanding your job search to corporate offices of non-legal companies who may be in the market for an in-house lawyer. Is this the right career…

Returning to the Job Search? Here’s What to Expect

Posted by & filed under Career Advice.

There are plenty of reasons you may have found yourself out of the job market for a while. Perhaps you’ve been employed for a long time and experienced a layoff. Maybe your personal or family situation has changed. Or maybe you’ve been working for yourself for some time. No matter the case, it’s helpful to…

STUDY: 40 Percent of Businesses Have Unfilled Openings in Accounting and Finance. How Does That Help Your Career?

Posted by & filed under Accounting Staffing.

A recent study has demonstrated that around 40 percent of companies currently have unfilled accounting and finance jobs. But what does that mean for accounting professionals currently looking for new jobs? There are some things you can do to increase your chances of landing a good accounting or finance job right here in the greater…

Young Nurses Don’t Want the Traditional Nurse Schedule. What Can Your Facility Do?

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Flexible work schedules have been a popular topic of conversation among all industries. It’s no surprised the debate has come to the nursing field as well. Younger employees, those in the millennial generation, are serious about wanting more of a work/life balance than their Baby Boomer counterparts. But at the same time, nurses are in…

Is the Gig Economy and Self Employment the Right Move for Your Legal Career?

Posted by & filed under Legal Staffing.

People get into their legal careers for a number of reasons. There are many possible avenues and lots of flexibility with this kind of work. No matter what it is that you do, you can choose to work within a law firm or go out on your own. With the growth of the gig economy,…

This Will Make It Difficult for a Company to Go Silent After Your Job Interview

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You may think that the proverbial ball is in the employer’s court after an interview, but the truth is, there are plenty of things you can do to ensure they’ll contact you again. Radio silence after an interview is a candidate’s worse nightmare. So what can you do to change this experience and provide opportunities…

How Will Artificial Intelligence Affect the Accounting Skills You Hire For?

Posted by & filed under Accounting Staffing.

As we begin to let more and more technology into our lives, it’s no wonder that people are thinking about how artificial intelligence will affect the workplace. We already use a variety of in-home devices to help uramms answer questions, turn on smart devices, and provide home security. Well, the accounting industry is also starting…