Employee Recruitment and Engagement

The process of first attracting and then keeping your employee engaged is crucial to having a productive work force and to the bottom line of your business. A happy and properly attached employee will be a good representative for the company in terms of services to clients. A poorly thought out recruitment process will not only alienate your new hire …

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“Are you using cloud computing?”

It is simply astonishing when we think about how technology has changed our lives. The “cloud” can offer businesses superb cost and flexibility benefits. A recent survey reported that 80% of respondents use the cloud in some way in their daily business. The idea of cloud computing is not really a new one. In fact, if you have used any …

Early retirement: Do you really need to work another 5-7 years?

It’s normal to want to retire and leave the work world while you’re still young and able to enjoy it. There are a plethora of good reasons to retire early. I want to spend more time enjoying my family and friends. I want to participate in activities I enjoy. My work is not really what I want to do with …

Social Media: Finding a job using Twitter

Any inspection of recruitment websites will show you a multitude of businesses looking to hire. “On any given week, we may see hundreds of new social media jobs posted,” said Kathy O’Reilly, director of social media relations for job recruitment site Monster. With over 200 million people on Twitter, companies are reaching out to Twitter users. Twitter has become extremely …

Getting a Job Using Linkedin: Part II

In Part I (https://www.mamrecruiting.com/getting-a-job-using-linkedin-part-i-2) we discussed How to set up your profile on Linkedin for the best results. In Part II we take the discussion further by discussing networking, making connections and setting up your links and expert status. MAKING YOUR LINKS Linkedin has features that allow you to post links to your page or to other websites. If you …

How to Achieve and Maintain Work and Life Balance

At some point in our lives, we have all attempted to juggle our work obligations with those of our life outside of work. It can be a daunting task with seemingly no end in sight. In our hectic day to day lives we can lose sight of the need for balance and become overly stressed showing all the tell-tale signs …

Managing Your Career as a Recent Accounting Graduate

You have put in the time and worked hard to graduate. Your dream is to have a productive career with upward mobility and be financially stable. The following are tips to help you manage your career as you graduate and enter the job market. The most important aspect of managing your career is to make a study of those in …

Getting a Job Using Linkedin: Part I

In this two part series, we will discuss methods for obtaining employment using Linkedin. Job searching using Linkedin can make your efforts more efficient and give you an edge through networking. The first step is to build a stellar profile as your profile not only reveals who you are but also demonstrates that you have references from colleagues and past …

How Using Social Media Can Cost You a Job

The following information is a guideline of standard corporate policy on employee use of social media while searching for employment and after being hired. Although social media has tremendous benefits for the user, there are issues and dangers to be aware of to avoid losing your job. Not only do they apply to employees and potential employees but to contractors …