February 16, 2017

Onboarding in a Virtual Environment

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In a recent column, we talked about the relationship between onboarding and recruiting. That discussion relates to all firms. Virtual firms face onboarding/recruiting issues, too, but with components traditional brick-and-mortar firms don’t encounter. We spoke with Jason Blumer, managing partner […]

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January 4, 2017

Why Firms Should Begin Onboarding at the Recruitment Stage

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Here’s a chicken-or-egg question for you: Is onboarding a part of recruiting or is it a totally separate process? The war for talent adds importance to the issue of whether onboarding is part of recruiting or is a separate endeavor. […]

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November 29, 2016

What Does Your Firm’s ‘Body Language’ Say About Your Firm?

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Recently I wrote about the importance of being aware of body language during an interview. Body language creates a picture of who you are—Confident or nervous? Extroverted or introverted? Happy and open? These are cues interviewers look for. But it […]

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June 7, 2016

How One Firm’s Commitment to Value Pricing Attracts Talent

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We all know things are changing in accounting. There have been many stories about how audits are a commodity and how tax software has made it easy and convenient for individuals to prepare their own tax returns. Successful firms don’t […]

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