Building a Strong Corporate Culture

It’s good when senior executives at a company feel a responsibility to build a strong corporate culture. This includes not just human resources execs but CEOs and other “top brass” – including accountants.

A recent survey of chief financial officers (CFO) by staffing firm Robert Half found that 51 percent…

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More People Are Lying to Get a Job

Resume lying is on the rise, according to a new report from staffing firm OfficeTeam

According to the firm, almost half of workers (46 percent) polled said they know someone who included false information on a resume, a 25-point jump from a 2011 survey.

Job experience (76 percent) and…

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Resign, and Regret

Have you ever quit a job, then regretted it later? It turns out that many people have.

In a recent survey from staffing firm Accountemps, 23 percent of workers polled said they have regrets about leaving their former job.

Biggest regrets include leaving friends and colleagues (28 percent), departing for…

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Making Friends at Work, or Not

Colleagues have become a second family for millions of Americans, who find themselves spending more time in the workplace then they do at home in the modern era. Friendships often blossom in this atmosphere of forced intimacy, according to a new report from staffing firm Accountemps.

However, Accountemps wonders if…

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Women Caregivers Face Added Problems at Work

Half of working female caregivers feel they have to choose between being a good employee and being a good daughter, according to a new survey by Home Instead, Inc., franchisor of the Home Instead Senior Care network.

In addition, one quarter (25 percent) of daughters find there is a workplace…

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