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Employees Are Worried About a Recession — Here’s How to Ease Their Minds

While no job, employer, or industry is recession-proof, there are some actions employers can take to ease their employee’s minds as the prospect of a recession lives rent-free in everyone’s heads.

Reasons to Outsource Your Skilled Labor Workforce

While it may seem like a no-brainer to take care of hiring internally, many companies find that this can cost them more money, take longer, and may result in lower-quality candidates. This was already a challenge pre-COVID but is more difficult now due to the current labor market. When it comes to...

Now’s The Time To Prepare Your Workforce for the Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate

On November 4th, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued their Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) regarding President Biden’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate. Companies with more than 100 employees will have until January 4th to comply with either requiring workers to be...

Helping Your Accounting Staff Members Keep Up with Their Professional Development

Change is coming in a big way for your accounting and bookkeeping staff members. Automation is a big part of it as is the growth of remote work: Gartner reported in April 2020 that 74 percent of CFOs said they “intend to shift some employees to remote work permanently.” So as accounting automation...
How to Find Great Accounting Professionals

How to Find Great Accounting Professionals

It’s not your imagination: it is tough to find great accounting professionals today. Accounting Today reported in April 2020 that about 68,000 accounting and bookkeeping positions were eliminated just in the two months or so since the pandemic...

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Tips for Hiring Great Temporary Specialists in SoCal

Tips for Hiring Great Temporary Specialists in SoCal

Your Los Angeles or Orange County company may need more workers as your business starts growing again as the economy continues to improve. Yet you probably don’t really know how fast you’ll grow, in what areas you’ll grow and if you’ll be able to...

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Why Your Job Candidates Want You to Text, Not Call

Why Your Job Candidates Want You to Text, Not Call

Yes, it’s true: job candidates much prefer a text from a recruiter than receiving a phone call. You probably can guess why from your own experience: a phone call is very disruptive. You don’t know if the call will take one minute of your time or...

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Avoid These Recruiting Marketing Mistakes

Avoid These Recruiting Marketing Mistakes

Does your company start hiring someone only as soon as you have a need? That is, do you whip up a job posting only when a hiring manager requests a replacement or needs to fill a new position? If so, do you find yourself scrambling to source and...

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Real Life Virtual Networking Advice

Real Life Virtual Networking Advice

It's now been more than a year since the first case of COVID-19 appeared in the United States. As the pandemic drags on, most everyone has had to make major changes in how they work and live. Many now work remotely to avoid close contact with...

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Giving Yourself a Recruiting Degree

Giving Yourself a Recruiting Degree

No college offers a recruiting degree or one in sourcing. Although there are some very good training programs available, most of what recruiters learn, they pick up on the job. One of the most important parts of recruiting is sourcing candidates....

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Performance Review Strategies for the 2020s

Performance Review Strategies for the 2020s

No one enjoys performance reviews – neither managers nor workers. But when done well, they truly can help a supervisor gauge a person’s progress, or lack thereof. Here are a few strategies to use to make your performance reviews as effective as...

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