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Posted by Insightlink on 04/16/21

5 Tips to Find a Job in Accounting and Ensure Professional Success


When there’s a business, there’s a need for an accountant. It’s nice to work in a field where you know you’re always wanted and needed, and rest assured, professional and experienced accountants will always be in high demand around the world. This creates a sense of security in knowing that you’ll always have ample opportunities to choose from no matter the socio-economic and market trends.

That said, it’s also important to know that this is a saturated and competitive field, so you need to differentiate yourself and appeal to the modern employers. Some employers will also invest in new accountants and create a learning path for you so that you can become a part of the company quickly.
 
With that in mind, becoming an accountant is not difficult, but becoming a successful and respected accountant is a challenge. Let’s take a look at what it takes to find a job in accounting and how you can ensure long-term professional success in this field.
 
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Posted by Insightlink on 04/15/21

Why is Data Protection a Business Issue?


Solving organizational issues has become a key aspect in enhancing company growth. If an organization has issues, it becomes challenging for the employees to meet the set goals. One of the main issues facing organizations is data protection. Every company needs to look for a reliable Data Center to protect their data.

Here are some reasons why data protection has become an issue:

 

 

 

 

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Posted by Insightlink on 04/13/21

4 HR Trends for Hybrid Workforces


Human resource departments are the backbone of companies across the globe, and are tasked with a wide range of duties in order to keep a business running. With remote work becoming more popular, as shown by a Gartner Survey that revealed “82% of respondents intend to permit remote working some of the time as employees return to the workplace,” HR departments need to be focused on how they can best adapt to serve their employees, new or old.
 
Including new offerings, or doubling down on current ones, can help to strengthen your HR department offerings, and in turn, trickle down into a stronger workforce.
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Posted by Insightlink on 04/13/21

Benefits of Outsourced IT Services


Despite the size of your organization, an out-house IT team of professionals is always relevant. This is because the in-house team is short of skills and probably lacks your business's required approach to a high level. A good managed IT service provider should offer the best IT solutions and monitor different departments in the organization.

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Posted by Insightlink on 04/13/21

Types of Employment Lawsuits


Employment law is one of the essential branches of law. Sometimes the relationship between employee and employer becomes complicated. The dispute may range from improper dismissal or failure to comply by the employee and employer, respectively. Unlike the labor law, which deals with unions and collective bargain, Employment law deals directly with matters to do with the employer-employee relationship. However, these two branches of the law have been used interchangeably even though they are two distinct areas. Employment law covers areas such as workplace safety, discrimination, wages, wrongful termination, and employee liability. According to the International Labour organization, the employment rate is over three billion globally. With such a vast population, there are millions of disputes that need to be resolved.

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Posted by Insightlink on 04/12/21

Addressing Vulnerability With Your Employees: How to Motivate Your Team to be Productive & Happy During the COVID-19 Pandemic


I worked from home long before the pandemic hit. Though my reasons for doing so have gone from a thing of convenience to a thing of necessity, my pre-COVID work ethic and productivity haven’t changed all that much since the initial shutdowns last March. Not only am I a freelance writer, but I also write on behalf of a busy bankruptcy attorney in Philadelphia. Before the pandemic, that was an in-person arrangement. I would go into the office every other workday, and I’d work from home on my freelance projects on the off days.

I had the advantage of knowing how to set up a workspace from home, keep motivated, and separate my work time from play time. When you are back and forth between two different functioning work environments the way I was, you know how to take your “office” with you wherever you go.
 
I already had the necessary skills in place to shift toward a brave new remote world. When the law office had to shut down, all my co-workers - who were office regulars for life - suddenly had their wires crossed. They were at home but in office mode, or they were in home mode at a makeshift office. This change, plus the uncertainty and instability that a global pandemic creates, caused productivity to take a nosedive, as our team faced the new reality that showed up with the Spring of 2020.
 
After many zoom calls, phone calls, and - eventually - some outdoor meetups. My co-workers and I were able to help each other adjust to the new work, eat, play, sleep, parent, date, or be a single all-in-one-place-and-in-the-same-pants-since-Wednesday lifestyle (It's only a Thursday as I write this).
 
Humbly, some of the things they had to say helped me through the harder parts of isolation. Some of the mistakes we’ve made have also helped us grow as a team and build collective insight. We learned together that openly and honestly discussing our vulnerabilities was key to building a strong interpersonal support system. Having a strong interpersonal support system strengthens one’s intrapersonal support system - which is where our feelings of vulnerability ebb and flow.
 
We had each other's backs. When one was down, we all rushed in to help keep our team productive. We also addressed some critical inequalities in the workplace that have never been addressed before. Because of these honest and open discussions, our team is now stronger than we were before the COVID-19 pandemic. Hopefully, the following insights we learned can help your team stay motivated and positive.
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