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7 Productivity Tips for Remote Workers

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many people are still working from home. In fact, many companies, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Slack, plan to make remote work permanent for most, if not all, of their employees.  With no definitive end in sight for those still working from home, many may be starting to feel remote work burnout. If you’re finding [...]

By |September 22nd, 2020|

8 Exit Interview Questions You Should Ask

Turnover is inevitable. But when it gets out of control and you start losing your top talent, it’s time to start examining what you can do as a leader to stop it. First, you need to find out what is causing your best employees to leave. One way to get to the bottom of things is to conduct exit interviews [...]

By |September 10th, 2020|

5 Soft Skills Employers Are Looking For

In the accounting and finance fields, you know that having the right training, certifications and experience is vital. But did you also know that mastering the right soft skills can be just as important for your career?  According to a CareerBuilder study, 63 percent of employers said one of the main things they want to find out about a candidate [...]

By |August 25th, 2020|

5 Things to Consider Before You Accept a Job Offer

Receiving a job offer is an amazing feeling. The hours you put in preparing your resume, applying for positions, and going through multiple interviews has finally paid off. But now you have a potentially tough decision to make: should you accept the offer?  For some job seekers, the decision will be easy. For others, not so much. You may have [...]

By |August 12th, 2020|

5 Ways to Motivate Remote Employees

With many teams still working remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic, keeping employees motivated can be a challenge. As a leader in your organization, you need to develop techniques to boost employee motivation in order to keep your employees productive and ensure the success of your team. Not only will motivated employees produce high-quality work, fostering a culture of motivation [...]

By |July 28th, 2020|

4 Tips for Virtual Networking

It’s no secret: networking is a vital part of career success. But in the midst of a global pandemic, in-person networking isn’t an option. This doesn’t mean networking is any less important. Networking is still the best way to make meaningful and mutually beneficial professional connections. So how can you continue to make important connections while adhering to social distancing [...]

By |July 14th, 2020|

Unhappy at Your Job? 5 Signs it’s Time to Find a New One

Have you ever found yourself fantasizing about quitting your job for something better? If so, you’re not alone. In fact, 53% of people report being unhappy at work. Regardless, many people are hesitant to make a career move. It’s human nature to avoid change — and many people will stay at their current job even if they’re not happy.  If [...]

By |June 23rd, 2020|

4 Reasons Job Seekers Should Work with a Recruiter

Despite the good work they do, many people are hesitant to work with a recruiter. They may have had a bad experience in the past, or maybe they don’t know what to expect. But recruiters can be an excellent resource for any job seeker.  Whether you’re starting your job search or have already been contacted by a recruiter about an [...]

By |June 9th, 2020|

St. Louis Named Best City to Start A Career

New college graduates take note: St. Louis is the best place to kick-off your career, according to a new study by LinkedIn.  To come up with their list of the top 15 U.S. cities to launch a career, LinkedIn analyzed starting salary data from LinkedIn Salary and housing costs from Zillow. The top 15 cities were then ranked by which [...]

By |May 26th, 2020|

6 Ways to Make Your Job Search Successful

What does it take to be a successful jobseeker? There is no magic formula. But there are certain traits every successful job seeker shares.  Always be prepared Opportunity could strike at any moment. If a potential employer calls you at 8 a.m. to come in for an interview in an hour, you need to be prepared to drop everything to [...]

By |May 12th, 2020|
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