Stress is a normal response to whatever is happening around us — and it’s not all bad.
Healthy stress is something short-lived, like running or lifting weights, but when it is prolonged, stress becomes unhealthy and takes a toll on our mental and physical state.
Events like COVID-19, the death of a family member, or upcoming tax deadlines may bring on unhealthy stress responses, and how you decide to cope with that stress makes all the difference.
Are you stressed?
Do a self-evaluation on the following symptoms:
If you’re experiencing any of these regularly, don’t ignore what your body is saying. Instead, positively cope with stress, with any of the following:
Sometimes we need to go through adversity to get to the other side, which is full of happiness and success. You can do this! Your friends at TogetherCPA are here for you. After all, that’s what this community is for!
It’s an employee market right now, and life is too short to settle for an employer who doesn’t share the same values as you. If you’re currently on the market for a new career, here are three ways you should explore whether or not a potential employer shares your values.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re working remotely or from your employer’s office, we all have the same issues regarding focus and time management throughout the workday. The question is, are you intentional about how you focus and manage your time?
Hiring during the past 18-months of the pandemic has been a bit challenging to say the least. And it may get even more challenging as the war for talent heats up. As a recruiter or HR professional, the pressure is on you to find qualified talent that fits your organization, and it’s more complicated than ever. That’s why you must think strategically and execute new strategies to find the people that will lift your firm to new heights. Your firm is counting on you. If you’re stuck, consider these three recruiting and hiring strategies: