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Main Community News Companies Seek a Solid Match in New Employees

Companies Seek a Solid Match in New Employees

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Professionals who love what they do and have a strong connection with the culture of the workplace are much more likely to be happy throughout their careers than those who feel less of a connection with their employer. According to the April - June 2012 Hays Quarterly Report, workers have even turned down hefty salaries to work for a company that fits their values and work ethic.

Not only is this need apparent in employees, many employers feel the same way about who they hire. A good team matchup is crucial to most hiring managers. In fact, many recruiters will even opt to train a candidate if they are a good match for the company.

When employers seek accounting and payroll professionals for the long-term, they want to find someone who meshes with the rest of the staff and and who can develop in their positions. As a result, the employees can consider advancing within the company because their fit within the overall environment of the workplace.

Those looking for a career as an accounting and payroll professional can begin to search for their suitable match while taking payroll courses in the Accounting and Payroll Administrator program at Vancouver Career College. For more information, fill out the form on the right.

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