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The Cost of New Financial Employees

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It’s certainly not a secret that hiring a new employee isn’t a cheap process. In fact, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the average direct cost a company for a new employee, not including training, is $57, 968. Companies trying to minimize overhead spend an average of 20 percent more than planned for… Read more »

Building Accounting and Finance Teams

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10 tips for finding and keeping talent Business is all about people, and that’s especially true for your team of employees. Naturally, you want to build great Accounting and Finance teams that are packed with top talent who want to stick around and keep working with you—but how do you do that? The following tips… Read more »

Drive Financial Employee Engagement

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Here’s How The importance of employee engagement can’t be overstated. Engaged employees are happier, more productive, and more likely to stay for the long haul. By contrast, disengaged employees are unsatisfied, under-productive, and likely to be using their lunch breaks—or even work time—to search for greener employment pastures. Focusing on employee engagement of your Accounting… Read more »

Financial Interview Questions to Avoid

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Learn the difference between questions that will get a rehearsed response and those that will reveal true potential and talent. Chances are you’ve been extensively prepped and trained on what questions you can ask a job candidate to avoid getting sued, but what about the questions that will ensure that you hire exceptional candidates? You… Read more »

Habits of Successful CFOs

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Six traits of an effective finance executive A great Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is worth her weight in gold – perhaps even more. A truly effective CFO leads to greater investor confidence and is vital to the success of any organization. On the flipside, a mediocre CFO will quickly contribute to a company’s downfall. The… Read more »

Ensuring the Success of Your New Financial Hire

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Follow these tips to reduce turnover and decrease the amount of time between date of hire and positive productivity. Hiring is expensive, but turnover is even costlier, negatively impacting a company’s profits and productivity on many levels. With the great deal of time and money a company invests in recruiting, hiring, and training, it’s essential… Read more »

The Extended Value of Utilizing a Financial Staffing Firm

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Hiring a financial recruiter to handle your next round of hiring will more than pay for itself in the long run. Companies in the any industry must acquire first-class executive, management, and staff level talent to support revenue growth, reduce costs, navigate complex regulatory issues, and meet all the additional criteria that are vital to… Read more »

 

 


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