When you think of the financial district and accounting firms, you think of rows and rows of employees in suits and business attire. However, this notion is starting to change as more firms are taking…
It’s no secret that technology is having a significant impact on every industry. However, its evolution is impacting some quicker than others, and finance is at the top of the list
An internship is your opportunity to show what you can do and prove to the company that you have what it takes to become a permanent member of the team. It’s not just a learning experience and getting to know what a real job in finance will be like.
We all want to get promoted. Finance and accounting professionals, such as yourself, are competitive, driven, and want to take the next step in their careers. You work hard, meet performance standards, and believe you are a good employee. So, why haven’t you been promoted yet?
Self-doubt happens to the best of us and at all levels – CEOs, managers, and finance professionals alike. The key to overcoming it, and understanding how to address it, is to not let it consume us.
To help you break out of your hiring malaise, we’ve put together a hiring agenda to ensure you are not only being diligent with your hiring practices but you also make a good impression on the candidates you interview. Don’t forget, candidates are assessing your company as much as you are assessing them, and if you want to attract the best talent, you need to impress them.
LinkedIn recently analyzed their data to determine the most promising jobs in finance for 2017. They looked at salary, the potential to be promoted, the number of job openings for a specific position, job growth rate, top skill requirements, and regional availability of positions.
Finding the right person for the job continues to be a challenge for recruiters and hiring managers. With many companies planning to increase their hiring efforts this year, it’s imperative that you put additional time and effort into how you attract the best candidates possible. With more opportunities for talent comes more competition for you, and making the right hire now is the key to strengthening your company today and into the future.