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Election tops September list of most read stories

As we head into mid-term election season, the top story for September, fittingly, was OSCPA’s Senate and Secretary of State endorsements. Other top contenders were Ohio’s top colleges, an Executive Board member’s personal story and firm registration renewal. Here are the top 10: 10. Professional Primer: How to negotiate salary at every level 9. The journey from new CPA to business owner 8. New document upload requirement for firm registration renewal 7. The conference swag you actually

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Professional Primer: How to negotiate salary at every level

Professional Primer: How to negotiate salary at every level, By Jessica Salerno, OSCPA senior content manager Your salary will change as you grow in your career, and this means your salary negotiation tactics should change as well. “Younger professionals are more likely to base their negotiation on that marketplace value, because they have less of a sense of what their bottom line value might be,” said Kris McGuigan, president of Professional Courage. “Younger professionals are more likely to rest on the marketplace value when they look at what

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Professional Primer: How to go from manager to senior manager

Professional Primer: How to go from manager to senior manager, yourself on the right path. Have a professional development question you need answered? Let us know

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Professional Primer: ‘Influence’ shouldn’t be a dirty word

Professional Primer: ‘Influence’ shouldn’t be a dirty word

What happens when your employer finds out you’re on the job hunt?

By Jessica Salerno, OSCPA content manager Job hunting is tricky enough without worrying about your current employer discovering your days are numbered, or what to do if your boss asks you if you’re interviewing at other companies. In the latest Professional Primer series video, Job Hunting Tips and Best Practices, we talked to three business etiquette experts on how to navigate the nuances of job hunting. If you’re looking for a job and serious about your search, it needs to become your

Professional Primer: How to behave at happy hour

Professional Primer: How to behave at happy hour, By Jessica Salerno, OSCPA content manager Professional Primer is our series to help you navigate the tricky world of business etiquette. Read past posts online here. When done well, happy hours are a great way for employees to relax and get to know each other outside of the office. But adding alcohol to any experience, especially at a work function, can potentially lead to embarrassing results and a bruised reputation. Tonya Tiggett, chief success strategist at Promoting University LLC, said

Professional Primer: How to job hunt with a busy schedule

Professional Primer: How to job hunt with a busy schedule

Conflicts in the cube? Here’s how to solve them

By Jessica Salerno, OSCPA content manager “Home away from home” is a term people might use to describe their cubicle at work, but as Bob Pacanovsky, CEO of the Vation Group, explained “it’s not your home… and you can’t think of it like your home.” Work conflict arises when employees become too comfortable or forget there are others around them. In the latest Professional Primer Series video, in mind. Miss the first Professional Primer video? Watch the rules for dressing appropriately

Professional Primer: Reschedule your client meeting without burning bridges

Professional Primer: Reschedule your client meeting without burning bridges, Professional Primer is our series to help you navigate the tricky world of business etiquette. Read past posts online here. Rescheduling a client meeting that’s been on the books for weeks can be uncomfortable, but when done appropriately you should avoid any real damage to your client relationship. The important thing to remember is context, because how you communicate rescheduling with one client might be completely different from another. “It really depends on the situation

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Professional Primer Series

Professional Primer Series, series Professional Primer is our ongoing series to help you navigate the tricky world of business etiquette. Professional Primer video series We brought, a company dinner Professional Primer articles How to survive a toxic work, Do you have a suggestion for a professional primer topic? Email Jessica, , networking, workplace No description Professional Primer is our series to help you navigate

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