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    Management Decisions - Guidelines for Millennials
by Joel Citron and Tim Muma - Apr, 2014
The way people think, communicate and act continues to evolve, and many of those changes revolve around the group labeled "Millennials." These individuals are creating and running more organizations now, so there needs to be an adjustment to work with them at the higher levels. Joel Citron, Managing Director and Co-CEO at Tenth Avenue Holdings, applies 30 years of management and investment experience to help everyone involved...
    Mock Interview - Accounting
by Maxim Abdusselimov, Courtney Omernick and Dan Horton - Aug, 2013
This episode focuses on preparing accountants for a potential job interview. Dan Horton, Dean of the School of Business at Alverno College, conducts a mock interview with Maxim Abdusselimov, an accounting student at UW-Whitewater. Afterwards, Dan Horton and Courtney Omernick give Maxim some constructive feedback regarding his interview. Mock Interview brings in job seekers and HR professionals or hiring managers to conduct...
    Economy Class - April 2013 (Pt. 1)
by Kundan Kishor and Tim Muma - Apr, 2013
We're taking an in-depth look into the issues Americans are facing in this economy, trying to give people greater insight into these uncertain times. Tim Muma speaks with Macroeconomist and UW-Milwaukee economics professor, Kundan Kishor, who discusses the very disappointing U.S. jobs report for March, the bold moves by the Bank of Japan, and the overall impact Cyprus' issues can cause in Europe and beyond. Economy Class is...
  Hedge Fund Hiring on the Rise
by Barbara Safani - Apr, 2011
According to a recent survey of 313 hedge funds conducted by accounting and consultancy firm Rothstein Kass, 75 percent of respondents expect more funds to launch this year and 60 percent expect fewer closures. The survey suggests that due to increasing allocations from institutional investors, as well as a more stable economic environment, hedge fund managers report the highest level of optimism recorded since the financi...
  Why People Want Independent Financial Advisors
by Douglas Bolter - Jun, 2010
Times have changed – and so have financial advisors. Today, people don’t want financial advice from a salesman. Instead, they want a relationship with a financial professional who is candid, trustworthy and thoroughly educated, who provides personalized financial consulting for each client. That search often leads them to a fee-based or fee-only financial advisor or a Registered Investment Advisor. A pleasant alternative...
  Continuing Education Requirements: Plan Ahead to Avoid the Last Minute Rush!
by Mary Gormandy White - Jul, 2007
Have you completed your continuing education requirements yet this year? If you have, congratulations on planning ahead! If not, now is the time to start looking for classes so that you don’t find yourself scrambling for hours at the last minute. Waiting until the last minute to take care of mandatory CE can be very stressful and counterproductive. If you work in a field that requires continuing education credits in or...
  Making the Financial Transition from Student to Professional
by Kathy Bornheimer - Jun, 2005
Obtaining that first professional job and keeping your debt low This concept contains two main areas: Obtaining a good job with a compensation package that reflects your worth. Keeping your debt low while still in school and establishing good financial management habits.In today’s world of education and continuing education the trend of the “traditional” student is decreasing. More individuals are delaying entry into coll...
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