Top Job Skills You Should Have in the Post-Pandemic World

It’s common to say that COVID “changed the world.” That’s undoubtedly true. But, as a job seeker, it’s essential to identify exactly how it changed. To thrive in the new economic environment, you need to know the top skills you should have in the post-pandemic world.   According to one study, nine out of 10… Read more »

Questions to Expect at Your Next Accounting Job Interview

Operating as a top-level accountant takes an impressive mixture of skills. Sure, you need to have the right accounting background. But you also need to complement this with an array of other competencies, ranging from communication abilities to tech-savviness. Employers are looking for multi-talented, multi-tasking super-accountants. Your job: convince them that you are one. Your… Read more »

The Importance of Modified Duty in Workers’ Compensation Cases

The benefits of using modified duty where allowed are many – both for the company and the injured worker. It has been proven that injured workers who return to work on modified duty tend to heal 30% faster than those injured workers who do not work until released.   What is Modified Duty?   Modified… Read more »

Resume Must-Haves for Desktop Support Jobs

Desktop support jobs are a key position for any organization. With the universal reliance on technology, the maintenance of these essential business tools becomes a crucial role. It makes desktop support positions excellent opportunities for good salaries and stable job security.   According to Salary.com, desktop support jobs carry an average salary of around $53,600,… Read more »

Developing an Effective Employee Training Program

If your company’s first inclination is to look outside its own four walls to fill vacancies, it could be playing a losing game. Talent is in high demand. Any Economics 101 course worth its weight in salt teaches that high demand reduces supply which increases price. That’s true in the employment world too and it’s… Read more »

Get Your Resume Noticed with These 3 Tips

For HR managers, resumes come in waves, in swarms, in stampedes. A typical job posting will get hundreds of replies. How can you get your resume noticed in this crowd?   It’s a pivotal question. Studies have shown that recruiters review individual resumes for a frighteningly short period of time. In fact, you should expect… Read more »

Motivating Employees in a Flat Organization

What can organizations with limited opportunities for advancement between entry-level and higher-level jobs do to keep employees engaged in their work? Be transparent, find out what motivates them, include them in goal-setting, and consider ways to offer a good work-life balance. If you do, you’ll be miles ahead of many other leaders. But how exactly… Read more »

Alleviate Stress at Work Using These Top Problem-Solving Skills

Any workplace has its natural stressors. There’s not much you can do about those. However, there are steps you can take to minimize anxiety caused by stress at work. By upgrading your problem-solving skills, you can take a big step toward reducing the mental toll caused by the most stressful situations you’ll encounter in the… Read more »

How (and Why) to Focus on Building a Positive Company Culture

Company culture is one of those corporate buzzwords that has been thrown around for years, but what does it really mean and is it really that important? When we use the word “culture,” what we’re really talking about is the personality of a company. It’s the mission, values, ethics, language, norms, and general expectations of… Read more »

Leadership During Uncertain Times

During the last two decades, our country has experienced several periods of great business uncertainty. Periods of severe business, economic, and personal crisis resulted from the widespread dot-com failures in 2001, the subprime mortgage crisis in 2008, and now the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Each of these events brought a more severe economic impact than the… Read more »