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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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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The Majority of American Workers Have Access to Paid Leave

In 2017-18, 66 percent of wage and salary workers had access to paid leave at their jobs, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports.

This was an increase from 2011, when 60 percent of workers had
access to paid leave.

An additional 9 percent were unsure whether they…

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The Monday Worker

Sunday nights can be scary before the work week begins, but Monday and Tuesday, especially in the morning, are when employees are most productive, suggests new research from staffing firm Accountemps.

More than half of workers surveyed said their productivity
peaks at the beginning of the week, with Monday (29…

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