Traditionally, December is seen as the worst time to look for a new position. With abbreviated hours for the holidays, many hiring managers are out of the office, and thin year-end budgets, even your best efforts may go unnoticed.
Building a career in finance and accounting requires a blend of ambition, strong technical skills, and willingness to put in the work to achieve your career goals. Corporate finance professionals need to listen and absorb constructive criticism, be diligent in their work, and embrace a life-long learning mentality to get ahead.
Graduating from college can be an emotionally-conflicting experience. There are the obvious feelings of accomplishment and triumph. The process of obtaining your college degree likely featured a number of difficult challenges, and you should feel great about your success.
David Sprinkle, the Managing Partner with Veritas Recruiting Group, was on Fox 35 Good Day Orlando to discuss job-searching tips for recent college graduates. This is a challenging and confusing time for many young graduates. Where do you start? What should you be doing? David provides his expert advice.
Finding and retaining top talent is an ongoing challenge for many organizations. Most hiring managers and CEOs don’t have the time to spend hours sifting through resumes online and interviewing candidates on top of their existing job duties. Plus, knowing what to look for in a new employee—aside from the appropriate background and experience—isn’t always obvious. If you’ve been struggling to find and retain talent at your organization, it may be time to work with a strategic partner and engage the services of a professional recruiter. If you’ve never ventured into that territory before, here are 5 signs that it’s time to consider working with a pro.