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Emails That Will Make Your Co-workers Hate You

Have you ever thought about how many digital communications you send in a day? Whether it's text, social media, or email, we all send countless messages during the week. Passive aggressive behavior, pointless status updates, or even cyber-bullying is obvious on social outlets, but we need to

Give Out Plenty of Holiday Cheer... and Business Cards!

We are officially in the Holiday Season! There are going to be a number of work and personal parties. Along with gifts and holiday cheer, your going to want to be ready to give people your business card. Whether you don't have a card or your current one needs a facelift we've got some do's,

How do you make your normal, special?

Those who are entering the workforce for the first time feel excited, nervous, and eager. Other's who are switching employers or even industries do so for a fresh start. Both have done a lot of work into getting hired, but then comes the time to develop your future expectations. What, over a

Employers focus on decreasing turnover and increasing engagement.

The current generation making the majority of the workforce wants to do more than clock in and clock out. Putting in the time is important to Millennials, but so is fulfillment. Professional and personal lives are blending together more than ever before. These blurred lines are causing today's

Everything You Need To Know About Passing the CPA Exam With AdaptaPASS

Technology has made our world more efficient than ever before. What takes us a few seconds to communicate used to take days, weeks, and even months. Computers now take processes humans could do in hours and make them happen in seconds. We've used technology to put a man into space. Why not take

Best Practices For Working at Home

More employees than ever are working from home - a number that seems to be going nowhere but up. Employees benefit from more flexible schedules, decreased commutes, and a spike to happiness. Employers get the benefit of fewer bodies in the office which result in less office space needed and

How to Travel the World as a CPA

Millennials have a serious case of wanderlust. The majority of the young adults this group desire to see the world and take advantage of cheap travel opportunities; and, they plan to do it while they're still young. The result is a significant part of the workforce who collectively want

Networking: How to thrive as a young accounting professional

The first few years of your career can be difficult to navigate. There's an expectation to be professional to the standard of seasoned pro's without a) having much experience and b) being able to accommodate every expectation as times and common practices have changed. Keeping everyone happy and

Drowning in work? Here's how to get your head above water

We're getting to the point in the year where vacations are catching up to us, and winter workloads are bearing down. New work is put on top of old work, and you'll feel pressure to get it all done at once. New hires are coming in, but they don't know what they're doing, so it'll be expected that

The Eight Best Towns Where You Wouldn't Think to Look for a Job

The reasons they picked these cities are likely different from those a Forbes or Business Insider would highlight, but it's great to have options. The diversity revolves around opportunity and lifestyle. We liked Outside Magazine's different take on cities they liked for their readers. The