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Management Capacity

Can you manage it? It is one thing to be given responsibility, as a manager. To supervise others is an immense task. It requires a strong character, even when there may be a difference of opinion.  In all circumstances, you should only manage according to your capacity to do so to the maximum of your […]

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Pluses and Minuses Volunteering

By Marc Belaiche, CPA, CA Whether your work experience is rich or minimal, there are many advantages, and some disadvantages, of volunteering if you are searching for a new job. This article explores both sides. Pluses Learn a new skill Volunteering is a great way to learn or develop a new skill that otherwise may […]

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How to Have Best Interview

Interviews are perceived as being apprehensive experiences, for both job seekers and hiring managers, alike. Perhaps they are strategies you can employ to make your interview better. Let us consider options on how to have the best interview. These initial meetings do not need to be showcases of tension and anxiety. Instead interviews should be […]

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New Job First Ninety Days

Written By: Marc Belaiche, CA Congratulations! You were hired for the new job and proved you were the best candidate for the position. Now comes the next challenge − the probation period. With any new position, no matter what level, the first 90 days are crucial. This article outlines some ways to make a positive […]

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Interview Your Interviewer

Interview Your Interviewer – Ask Great Questions During Your Interview Be a confident and assertive career candidate. Do not seem desperate or needy. You are at the interview to determine with the interviewer if the position being advertised is a match with your skill set.  Be a professional candidate and manage yourself properly during the […]

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