Posts tagged with 'culture'
Pay Is Only Part of Attracting and Retaining Accounting TalentRead the rest of this entry »
While the rest of us may be having sugarplum dreams, accountants are seeing stacks of spreadsheets and tax forms and year end reports in their future.
For accounting professionals at firms across the country the end of the year brings the beginning of their busiest months. The long hours, routine, if important, tasks and the lack of flexibility that marks these next three months puts traditional firms at a disadvantage, …
Digital Transformation Is Cultural TransformationRead the rest of this entry »
Before the coronavirus crisis, digital priorities were so much at the top of organizational priorities that “digital transformation” had achieved the status of business buzzword.
IT departments were busy with initiatives to, as Salesforce once explained, “create new — or modify existing — business processes, culture, and customer experiences to meet changing business and market requirements.”
Despite the high visibility businesses gave to digital transformation, the process was slow. …
Culture Is More Important Than MoneyRead the rest of this entry »
It's not enough just to pay competitively. Today's workers place at least as much -- and often more -- importance on a company's culture than on comp and benefits.
"Job seekers want to be paid fairly but they too want to work for a company whose values align with their own and whose mission they can fully get behind," said Christian Sutherland-Wong, president and COO of Glassdoor, which recently released …
Here's What Drives the Boss CrazyIf you wonder what's holding you back, try looking in a mirror. If there's no doubt that the quality of your work is good, even great, then chances are excellent it's you.Read the rest of this entry »
True, sometimes personalities just don't click. More likely, though, your behavior is getting in the way of your career advancement.
Suzanne Lucas, a well read HR blogger and self-styled "Evil HR Lady," explains the "5 Things You Do …
Why Cultural Fit Is So Hard to ExplainWhen companies seek to hire workers who will be a good "cultural fit" what they unwittingly may be doing is setting a never completely attainable goal. Indeed, the very notion that companies have cultures is rarely, if ever, questioned. Yet attempting to define a company culture in anything but broad brush language is a challenge few ever take up. No wonder, then, that articulating what makes a candidate a good …Read the rest of this entry »