Guest Blog

How to Get People to Actually Participate in Virtual Meetings – Harvard Business Review


These days it’s hard to get people to pay attention in any meeting, but when people aren’t in the same room, it can be especially difficult. And it’s particularly annoying when you make a nine-minute argument, pause for an expected …

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5 Essential Tips for Video and Skype Interviews – Vault


Many employers and recruiters now use video interviews. Sometimes video interviews are brief, timed recordings that ask candidates to answer general interview questions, and sometimes these are video meetings using Skype or other platforms. It’s important to remember that both …

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How to Master Working Remotely – Vault


Even before the coronavirus outbreak, more people than ever were working remotely. People with personal and family commitments were working remotely in larger numbers, and the increase in freelance and gig work meant more and more people didn’t always have …

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With Coronavirus in Mind, Is Your Organization Ready for Remote Work? – Gartner


Ready or not, many coronavirus contingency plans require remote work. Seize the opportunity to bolster your policies — and prepare for future workplace and employee needs.

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Viewpoint: Why your company should support Coming Out Day – Boston Business Journal


Written by Emma Brudner

Friday, Oct. 11, is National Coming Out Day. This year marks the 31st observance, and while much has changed for the LGBT community in those decades, other things have stayed the same. Coming out is a …

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The Benefits of Framing Culture as a Management System – MIT Sloan Management Review


Written by Jason Korman

Corporate culture is undergoing a transformation. As organizations evolve and reinvent themselves in response to societal changes, new technologies, and competitive disruption, they’re finding that hierarchical cultures of the past must change as well.

And while …

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5 Steps to Become a Certified Public Accountant after Graduation


There are many different career opportunities for accounting majors, but none are quite as versatile as becoming a certified public accountant. CPAs work in public accounting, private industry, and not-for-profit organizations as advisors, tax consultants, auditors, and many other job …

By Shaun Conrad, CPA
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