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Should Job Hopping Be a Red Flag When Recruiting?

There is a common notion that candidates who move quickly between positions are quickly dissatisfied in their roles, but this is usually not the case. There can be a number of valid reasons to change employers regularly and these individuals should not be discounted in the interviewing process. Learn more by speaking with one of our experienced recruiters!

What to Make of Resumes with No Theme in Employment

When you post a job ad, most of the resumes you receive will have a central career theme. Usually, the positions the candidate includes align in some way, such as mostly being in a single industry or reflecting work in a particular field. However, that doesn’t mean you won’t come across the occasional resume with no clear theme in their employment history. This can be a bit perplexing, maki...

What Is Personal Branding and Why Should You Be Doing It?

Building a strong personal brand takes time and energy. Developing personal branding requires you to create a professional image that aligns both with your capabilities and the niche you want to focus on during your career. That way, you can leverage your brand to help further your career and establish yourself as an expert in your field. A Look at Personal Branding Your personal brand should sa...

Should Job Hopping Be a Red Flag When Recruiting?

Job hopping has traditionally been considered a negative by hiring managers. Many believe that candidates who move quickly between positions are quick to become dissatisfied in their roles or are simply moving around any time they find a suitable opportunity to do so. In either case, hiring managers often worry about hiring these job seekers, assuming they won’t stick around long enough to make ...

How to Assess a Candidate’s Analytical Skills in an Accounting Interview

When you are working to fill an accounting position, finding a candidate with strong analytical skills is a must as the work they perform requires a substantial amount of analytical thinking. As a result, finding out as much as possible about their capabilities in that area during the interview process needs to be a priority. Luckily, certain questions allow you to gain additional insight regar...

5 Ways to Beat Stereotyping When Hiring

Stereotyping goes well beyond biases associated with a person’s race, national origin, gender, age or religion; it includes any unfair judgment based on that person belonging to a particular group or demographic. For example, many generations are associated with certain stereotypes. Similarly, those who enjoy certain television shows or movies, recreational activities or anything else may become...

Empowering Women in Tech: How Your Business Can Lead the Charge

Today, fewer women work in tech than men. While progress has been made over recent years to entice women to consider the field, there is still a substantial amount of work that needs to be done. Managers can take steps to create environments that are more welcoming to female tech workers. Similarly, they can select paths that eliminate issues of gender bias both in hiring and when it comes to o...

How a Staffing Firm Can Help You Find Your Next Accounting Superstar

When you need to hire a new employee for an accounting position, you may wonder if using a staffing firm is a good idea. Since the cost of hiring a single worker can exceed $40,000, finding a way to minimize your recruiting costs is a sound business decision. Activities like advertising a vacancy, screening applicants and interviewing candidates often cost you valuable time as well as money. Of...

4 Questions to Assess a Candidate’s Cultural Fit in the Interview Process

While finding a candidate with the right skills should certainly be a priority, cultural fit also plays a major role in whether a new hire will be a success once they join your company. If the job seeker won’t mesh with their team, manager or environment, or doesn’t share your organization’s values, they may struggle to integrate into the company. As a result, they may not thrive in the role...

The Power of a Flexible Accounting Workforce During Tax Season

Tax season is in full swing, and many companies are seeing increased demand for tax-related services. Plus, the busy season won’t end until April 15 as people and companies rush to get their information filed with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). As a result, tax-oriented businesses are under extreme pressure, and that often makes additional staff members a necessity. However, hiring more ...

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