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Science Says Not to Skip Your Lunch Break!

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We get it. Sometimes, it’s hard to schedule a lunch break. You get busy, and it’s easier just to work through lunch and get your tasks finished. This is often a bad idea. While forgoing your mid-shift meal can seem like a great short-term productivity move, it can cost you in the long run.   But don’t take our word for it…science will […]

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Video Interview Tips That Will Get You Hired

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The COVID-19 outbreak has set off a series of dramatic social changes. Face masks have become unexpected fashion items. The simple act of eating in a restaurant has become a nostalgic luxury. Families have started to get to know each other much, much better.  The coronavirus has also changed our daily vocabulary. Terms like “social distancing” and “pandemic” […]

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5 Steps to Get Back in the Game After Losing a Job

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The coronavirus outbreak led to a wave of mass layoffs. Millions of Americans suddenly lost their jobs. If you were one of these, it can represent a traumatic experience. However, there are ways to quickly get back in the game after losing a job, even in difficult economic times.  First of all, remember: you’re not alone. As of mid-June, about 30 million people were […]

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How Can You Create an Unbiased Interview Process

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When you’re hiring, you want the best person for the job. Bias, whether conscious or unconscious, can prevent this from happening. That dynamic makes conducting an unbiased interview a crucial aspect of building the best possible team.  The process can be more difficult than most people think. Bias isn’t always obvious, and it isn’t always insidious. It can take many […]

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Top 4 Reasons Accountants Leave Their Jobs

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  Controlling turnover is important in any business. The process gets especially difficult in the accounting profession, due to heavy demand and the need for specialized skills. For that reason, it’s crucial to investigate why accountants would want to leave your firm.  According to The CPA Journal, turnover at large firms (those with revenues above $20 million) […]

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5 Tips for Conducting a Flawless Virtual Interview

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  In the aftermath of COVID-19, you likely got a lot of opportunities to practice coordinating virtual meetings. As a result, you might feel like you’ve mastered the process. However, there’s always room for improvement. You can still learn new tricks in your quest to conduct a flawless virtual interview.  The coronavirus outbreak forced many companies to rely […]

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Signs You Are a Micromanager

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Nobody wants to be “that” parent, or “that” spouse. Along the same lines, no manager wants to be “that” boss, the kind that hovers over every decision and halts progress by participating in every tiny, routine matter. No one wants to see themselves as a micromanager. But what if you are?  While few bosses self-identify […]

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