Far be it from anyone to know the answer other than you, but as finance and accounting recruiters with over 25 years experience, we’ve witnessed the distinct signs of fatigue enough to spot them. Cincinnati is a rich marketplace with lots of opportunities in both public and private firms, and over the years, we’ve worked… Read more »

Few things linger around more than a botched interview. A bad interview can rapidly drain confidence, leaving us endlessly thinking about what we could have done better. As recruiters with over 25 years experience, we’ve had that discouraging phone call with candidates more than a few times, and we see the same pitfalls. People who… Read more »

  National unemployment held steady at 4.9 percent last month, which signals promising signs for the economy. Remarkably, this is the lowest February unemployment rate since 2008. We’re clearly headed in the right direction, but the figures may have a different connotation for businesses looking for skilled finance and accounting professionals. A more granular approach… Read more »

Forbes recently released an article detailing the most in-demand jobs and what they’re paying. Citing data provided by the Economic Research Institute and HR staffing firm Randstad US, Forbes listed nine of the most desired jobs, three of which were finance and accounting. The finance and accounting positions listed by demand were: • Senior Accountant… Read more »

Every finance and accounting professional faces the same types of dilemmas: higher pay, or closer to home? Better title, or leaving the office at five o’clock every day? Promotion and travel, or a competitive salary and next to no travel? Everyone’s different and values these perks differently. But apparently, not many people are getting what… Read more »

Finance and accounting professionals in Cincinnati enjoy a nice ecosystem of opportunity. With a number of big brands around the city, both public and private, Cincinnati offers a range of options to achieve your career goals. Even if you’re not interested in exploring other avenues, it doesn’t hurt to know about them. What if your… Read more »

If you’ve been contacted by an executive recruiter, you’ve likely been contacted by more than one. Skilled professionals with three-to-five years experience have the inboxes to prove their demand. But after so long, those voicemails and e-mails can sound a bit more tempting. Some people will only tolerate so much before they’re ready to hear… Read more »

Once the initial excitement wears off after receiving a job offer, there’s a shift in the dynamic between you and the hiring manager. Now that you have sufficiently impressed them and they’ve made it clear they want you, you’re on a more level playing field with talking cold hard money. An overly aggressive negotiation could… Read more »

Trust is essential when building a healthy and productive work environment. Whether you’re leading an entire department or work hand-in-hand with just a few coworkers, it’s important to build trusting relationships. Here are several tips to help build trust with both your coworkers and your superiors: Be honest and share information completely. Be straightforward and honest… Read more »