People join nonprofits for lots of reasons. Often it’s from a desire to give back to the community or passionately support a cause. Other times a person is new to the community and wants to make some connections.
Being active in your community yields all sorts of unexpected benefits. As many readers of my earlier articles pointed out, you can’t be phony or push business. Others pointed out social contacts usually start on social media, not personal conversations.
Accountingfly's featured job this week is an Audit Senior Accountant with Hannis T. Bourgeois in Baton Rouge, LA.
Earlier this month, Top 100 Firm and Accountingfly Firm Partner Kaufman Rossin was named by Accounting Today as the #1 Best Large Firm to Work For in the US.
It takes lots of courage to walk up to a stranger and start a conversation. You occasionally find yourself in social situations and come across really great people.
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A large part of any accountant's job is to write boring answers to boring questions.
You’ve heard the old joke: How can you tell when a lawyer is lying? It’s easy. Their lips are moving.
You will likely attend parties over the holidays. Your own workplace party is like living in a fishbowl. You feel required to show up but having much fun is often out of the question.
Accountingfly's featured job this week is an Accountant, CPA with Gursey | Schneider LLP in Los Angeles, CA.