As you advance in your career, you have more experience and more connections to draw on for networking. But chances are you’ve also become a lot busier — as have the really successful people you’re now trying to meet.
“Couple that with a need for specialized employees, especially in the technology and life sciences fields, and it is clear that candidates are in the driver’s seat. Often entertaining multiple job offers, workers are choosing the employer whose values align with their own and one that lays out a clear path to career advancement for them, making a strong employer brand critical to winning the best talent.”
With non-career politicians doing well in polls, is a CFO candidacy so far-fetched?
How long do you really need to stay before moving on?
Nearly half of CFOs and others who responded to an AICPA survey said competition for good candidates has increased.
Twenty years of research reveals the young to be diligent (mostly).
Connect the dots for hiring managers.
Do you agree?