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As an administrative professional, you have direct contact with many members of your company’s staff, especially management. These co-workers and supervisors make excellent references later in your career, so long as you manage to stay in touch with them as time goes by. Today’s article will discuss a number of thoughtful ways you can reach… Read more »

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Recruitment is an expensive undertaking for employers. It requires a significant investment of time and money to find the best candidates for the job. Given that most companies are dependent on multiple teams of committed employees, it makes sense that employee retention is a cost-effective way to manage your staff. A more efficient use of… Read more »

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Are you at all worried that your clerical resume isn’t promoting your administrative skills as well as it could be? Your concerns are legitimate, as many professionals seem to lack the ability to make their work history shine within the limited framework that a resume provides. Luckily, there are a number of tips and tricks… Read more »

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Employers naturally default to interviewing and selecting candidates who appear proactive and fully engaged in their job search. But considering job seekers who are already employed but open to new opportunities in the accounting field is an important source for high-quality hires as well. Here are a few crucial reasons why you should actively seek… Read more »

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As an employer, it is likely that you default to interviewing candidates who appear proactive and fully engaged in their job search. But did you know that job seekers who are currently employed but passively seeking new opportunities in the accounting field can be a good source for high quality hires as well? Here are… Read more »

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If you feel like you are stuck in a dead-end accounting job where your skills are under-appreciated and the subject matter leaves you craving something more engaging, then it’s likely a good time to brush off your resume and sharpen up your interview skills. There are times when almost anyone can say they are bored… Read more »

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Once you’ve seen enough resumes, you know that it’s difficult to see whether someone would make a good receptionist candidate on their credentials alone. Soft skills and personality are as important as work history and education, particularly in a customer-facing position such as behind the reception desk. Below are some of the most important personality traits… Read more »

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Once you have interviews lined up with your most promising candidates, it’s important to come up with a reliable game plan to get the full picture of whether they will be a good fit for your needs. It’s not just interviewees that need to prepare and do their homework before the big day. Interviewers should… Read more »

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Do you think your resume needs a boost? Maybe you’re a recent graduate without a lot of real-world experience under your belt. Or perhaps you’re a more mature professional with an unvaried work history. Many IT professionals are looking for a way to make their resume extra competitive in the desire to make the next… Read more »