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Buyer Beware: Flooded Vehicles Expected to Resurface in The Wake of Hurricane Dorian Read More
U.S. Consumers Spent an Average of Nearly $2,000 on Vehicle Repairs and Maintenance in the Last Five Years, Ally Survey Finds Read More
Are Suits Still Suitable for Job Interviews?

Are Suits Still Suitable for Job Interviews?

While casual dress codes are gaining ground in the workplace, job applicants shouldn’t put away their power suits just yet, according to new research from global staffing firm Accountemps.

In a survey of senior managers, 37% of respondents said
candidates should always wear a formal suit when interviewing for…

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September Is National Preparedness Month

September Is National Preparedness Month

National Preparedness Month (NPM) is recognized each September to promote family and community disaster and emergency planning now and throughout the year. The 2019 theme is Prepared, Not Scared. Be Ready for Disasters. Hurricane Dorian has already given us a terrible example of what can happen.

Here are some ideas…

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5 Reasons Your Company Should Have a Blog

5 Reasons Your Company Should Have a Blog

Over the past decade, blogs have emerged as a leader in online content. They are versatile and used by businesses across the globe to express a vast amount of ideas.

Check out these 5 reasons why your company should consider
implementing a blog on your site today, from search marketing…

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Consulting Is an Attractive Career Option for Many CFOs, Robert Half Finds

Consulting Is an Attractive Career Option for Many CFOs, Robert Half Finds

Is a seat in the C-suite the final phase of a successful career? Not necessarily, according to a new survey of CFOs from Robert Half Management Resources.

Nine in 10 respondents said they think a career in
consulting is attractive to senior-level accounting and finance executives; of
those…

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