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New Internet Job Sites Offer More

Employers looking to snag twenty-somethings know they have to look at the Internet to get in front of these technology-driven whiz kids. The good news is that today it could cost a lot less.A few years ago, a leading job search site like monster.com was the only place to go. Today, so-called “second generation” job search sites are offering more services at a lower cost. Capitalism is alive and well on the Net today.Veteran job search sites charge companies more than $200 for a job listing; new sites charge as little as $39.
Practice Management

Going Online to Recruit Employees

Most CPA firms and businesses who hire CPAs and accountants know that finding good employees to fill positions takes time and patience. Placing newspaper want ads is one way to go, but in today's fast-paced, technology-driven world, going online to find employees makes sense for many reasons.Over the last two years, according to the American Management Association, just over half to 70 percent of all companies across the United States advertised jobs and recruited employees over the Internet. Why? Cost and convenience.
Practice Management

Sick Days Made Healthy: It Takes More Than Chicken Soup

It's Monday morning and one of your auditors just called in sick … again. For years, human resource professionals have reported in the business marketplace that employee wellness is a chief concern, and that compounded sick days only add negatively to a company's bottom line.For example, more than half of all employees in America's workforce have blood cholesterol levels of 200 mg or higher, while a quarter of all workers are sedentary during their leisure or off-work time.

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