Category: Job Search

July 8, 2016

Companies Losing Out on Talent Lengthy hiring practices and misconceptions about what motivates top candidates to make a job move are causing companies to lose out on high performers in an already tight talent market, according to the 2016 MRINetwork Recruiter & Employer Sentiment Study. Companies that want to attract and retain the best talent…

June 8, 2016

Independent workforce dips, but more growth expected Despite a 5% decline in headcount this year, independent workers remain a powerful economic force, according to a report from MBO Partners. And independents generate more than $1.1 trillion in annual income, equal to more than 6% of US GDP. Over the next five years, according to the…

June 3, 2016

How to Get Recruiters to Call You Back The following article is an honest, hard-hitting look at some of the reasons a recruiter may not call you back.  The good news is that it also includes ways to take back control of your job search in case the recruiters are not calling you back.  Thanks…

April 8, 2016

Medical Expense Deduction The special tax break for senior citizens will expire after 2016. Beginning with the 2017 tax year, no deduction will be allowed if you don’t clear the 10%-of-AGI hurdle – no matter how old you are.  Seniors are advised to pay as many expenses as possible in the 2016 year while the…

April 6, 2016

If you operate a smaller-sized accounting firm, it’s easy to be awed by the major players in the industry. Accountancy and consulting firms like the “Big Four”–Deloitte, PwC, Ernst & Young and KPMG–are generally considered to be market leaders in the field, and they have the illustrious client lists to match. You might feel like…