25 Skills LinkedIn Says Are Most Likely to Get You Hired in 2018

Posted on May 2, 2018

BY LEAPROS™ Human Resources

With the introduction of far-reaching and robust technology, the job market has experienced its own exponential growth, adaptation, and semi-metamorphosis. So much so that it can be difficult to guess what skills employer’s are looking for and what makes your résumé — and not another — stand out to recruiters.

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Collaboration Works Best With Diverse Collaborators

Posted on May 2, 2018

BY LEAPROS™ Human Resources

Like-minded people can solve a problem quickly, but people with different skills and viewpoints are likely to create an entirely new solution.

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Recruiting 2.0: Don’t Break These 3 Rules When You’re Texting New Talent

Posted on May 2, 2018

BY LEAPROS™ Human Resources

More and more recruiters are communicating with talent through text messaging. It’s faster than email, and candidates appreciate being kept in the loop throughout the hiring process. 

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10 Habits of Highly Effective CFOs

Posted on May 2, 2018

BY LEAPROS™ Finance & Accounting

For many CFOs, the idea of achieving a satisfying work-life balance is something of a fantasy. The hours are long, and the pressure to excel — making certain every big-picture strategy is sound, virtually every detail precisely right — is extreme.

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CIO change agents: The art of the IT turnaround

Posted on March 20, 2018

BY LEAPROS™ Information Technology · IT · Technology

CIOs from energy, education, technology and sanitation enterprises discuss how they changed the culture of their IT departments to pave the way for digital transformations.

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Most Companies Have No CFO Succession Plan

Posted on March 20, 2018

BY LEAPROS™ Finance & Accounting · Accounting

Despite a trend toward internal CFO appointments, only a third of companies have succession plans in place, research shows. The corporate finance field is renowned for its discipline, but there’s one area where CFOs display what might appear to be an extraordinary degree of complacency.

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