How to Find and Develop Top-Performing Millennial Employees

By Wiss, Posted in Getting Hired 101

By Paul Peterson Attracting innovative, young hires is very essential to Wiss. These workers maintain the vibrant, creative culture we strive to preserve, which is why we often search for young professionals in their 20’s that exhibit these dynamic characteristics. Through numerous interactions with many millennials, there are several tendencies that are found within business youths of today, such as open-mindedness and the ability to harvest valuable relationships. Here are four strategies that can... read more.

Expanding Your Connections: A Professional's Guide to Fearless Networking

By Wiss, Posted in Getting Hired 101

By Danielle Patton In the current competitive job market, it takes more than a polished resume and exceptional interpersonal skills to attain a desired occupation. One method of emerging from the frenzied job pool is to network, a vital tool that can amplify business opportunities and shape lasting partnerships. By staying active through routine communication with contacts, blossoming ideas and novel perspectives can swiftly arise. So how can you cultivate a robust professional network? Use these guidelin... read more.

Acing your CPA Exam (with Help from a few Professionals)

By Wiss, Posted in Getting Hired 101

By Carson Bigsby, Connor Doyle and Erin Silkowski Strategies to help you prepare for test day As three accounting professionals who have recently passed the CPA exam, we understand the stress that comes with preparing for the test. You may be struggling to balance studying with a job and your personal life, putting in long days and late nights as you count down to test day. Here are some planning strategies we learned as we studied and prepared for the exam that can make this prep time easier.  Kno... read more.

Interviewing to Your Full Potential

By Wiss, Posted in Getting Hired 101

By Dylan D'Alessio Here’s a quick guide on how to succeed in your next interview! Interview Prep: A great interview starts with preparation. Research the company, find out what they do and find out what their culture is like to see if it’s a good fit. They will ask you what you know about their company during the interview. You can’t prepare for every single question that will be asked but there are a lot of similar questions that companies generally ask and you can prepare for them.... read more.