Welcome to Equis Staffing's Career News section. Our mission is to continue to provide education through thought leadership and inspire our readers with new ideas.
We've heard the story too many times, from some of our most hiring-savvy clients. The hiring process gets off to a strong start, with top-notch candidates genuinely excited about the position - candidates who are a great fit for the position and your culture. Then comes the disappointment. Before an offer is made, the top candidates take other positions, and you are forced to shift to the second tier applications, or start again from scratch.
With unemployment lower than it's been since the 1960's and job openings now outnumbering unemployed workers, you need to be at the top of your hiring game to ensure you hire the best available candidates.
What exactly do the great bosses have that the others don’t? Is it something innate or can it be taught? If you are wondering what exceptional managers have in common, here’s what you need to know.
Everyone knows that men significantly outnumber women in the tech industry. While more companies continue to try and attract female candidates and retain the ones they have on staff, there is still a long way to go in the quest to eliminate gender bias in the field. Luckily, companies can take active steps to empower women in tech and in their own organizations. If you are ready to get started, here are a few ideas to explore.
One effective approach for improving your hiring process, reducing your time-to-hire, and locating top-tier job seekers is to partner with a staffing firm. If you are wondering how a recruitment agency can help you find your next accounting or tech new hire, here’s what you need to know.
If you believe some of the clickbait headlines, automation is going to be the doom of the accounting field. Software solutions will soon be taking over these roles, leading to mass layoffs throughout the industry. While much of what the articles share is designed to share, they also don’t reflect reality. Automation is actually poised to be a positive for accountants. We'll explain why.
Engaged employees perform better than their less enthusiastic counterparts. Sadly, only around a third of the US workforce feels engaged on the job, making them a fairly rare commodity. Luckily, there are things companies can do to bolster employee engagement. If you are ready to get started, here are a few options to explore.
Temp-to-hire (temporary to permanent hire) positions provide employers with numerous benefits. Essentially, they let you “try before you buy,” giving you the ability to see whether a candidate is a good match for your company and the position without the commitment associated with a permanent job offer.
In an era where the IT labor market seems only to be shrinking, finding innovative ways to attract and retain top talent is essential. This includes not only seeking out highly skilled professionals and offering them fair salaries, but also creating an environment that is productive and conducive to employee satisfaction.
Regardless of the size of your business, accounting functions are an important factor of your operations. Every company in every industry requires money to operate and are taking in revenue to support the business. Being able to track past expenses and plan for future needs is critical.
Initially, small business owners may attempt to handle these tasks on their own, but may quickly become overwhelmed if it isn’t their area of expertise. Others use one- or two-person accounting teams in the beginning, but don’t always know when the right time is to scale up that portion of their operation.