How to Ensure a New Hire’s Success in the First Few Months

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The onboarding process is critical for both managers and new hires. As a manager, you want to make a favorable impression of your company, give your new employee the tools they need to succeed on the job and make a long-term effort to retain this staff member. For a new worker, they’re looking to absorb […]

Cost-Effective Ways To Show Your Workforce That You’re Thankful For Them

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You depend on your employees to support your efforts and the company’s mission. But sometimes, your staff needs more than a paycheck. A show of appreciation goes a long way, and it’s up to you as a manager to help your team feel supported. Your leadership can help team morale and productivity, so we’re here […]

Virtual Hiring is Here to Stay: Get It Right With These Tips

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Due to the pandemic, the employers were forced to shift to virtual hiring. Virtual hiring typically entails all communication via email and phone communication, as well as video-conference interviews. This sometimes even extends to remote onboarding. It appears that the virtual hiring tactic is here to stay. Here’s how you can get it right. Consult […]

The Tech Tools Your Business Needs for Working Remote

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At this point, most people are used to working remotely. However, it’s not enough to stay afloat. You need to lead and be there for your workers to help them stay productive and motivated. It’s essential that you have the appropriate tech for your team. Managing Tasks Your employees need to stay productive. Depending on […]

Keeping Company Morale Up During the Summer

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The sun comes out, and it’s like a curse on your productivity. Some workers take advantage – leaving early, coming in late, frequent vacation days. While you can provide some levity, there’s still work to be done. As a manager, it’s your duty to remind your employees that they are just as responsible for their […]

The Pros and Cons of Telephone vs. In-Person Interviews

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Employers are looking for someone that can think on their feet and adapt to different situations. To get the job, you’ll need to be prepared for your interview. There are different advantages and disadvantages for a telephone and in-person interview. Whether you’re getting ready for an in-person interview or a phone screen, here’s what you […]

What to Look For in Your Next Accounting Employee

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Recruiting skilled positions can be challenging when you’re dealing with a challenging hiring market, and you are not certain what to look for during candidate interviews. An applicant could look great on paper but may not have the personality or practical skills you’re looking for. Your next accounting or finance employee should have these characteristics: […]

The Influence of Women in Leadership

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In a male-dominated economy, misogyny can grow and damage the best corporations from the ground up. Don’t let your company fall victim to a lack of diversity. Hiring women in leadership roles is crucial for a business to demonstrate empowered philosophies and balanced insight. Here’s why you need females at the top of your corporate […]

What Actually Makes Your Employees Stay?

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Retention is always on employer’s minds – but what really makes a difference for employees? Sometimes offering a happy hour or implementing “Bagel Fridays” isn’t enough. But can you really afford raises across the board to keep your staff members satisfied? If you can’t give a salary bump, find other ways to make employees feel […]

Effective Employee Retention Strategies for Keeping Your Talent

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Employee Retention Strategies

Having quality workers who know how to do the job effectively can often be a luxury, especially if you don’t have a retention plan in place. Follow these retention strategies!  Adequate Compensation  Let’s be real: there’s one main reason we all get out of bed in the morning and head to work. Whether you’re in […]