How to conduct an interview

Conducting an interview - the right way to do it

 

An interview is not an easy situation - neither for the applicants, nor for you as the employer, who ultimately decides who to accept and who to reject. If you have to conduct an interview, you should do it in such a way that you can get as detailed a picture of the candidate as...

 

Pomodoro technique

Pomodoro technique: How to resist distractions and increase productivity

 

Distractions and multitasking are among the greatest productivity killers of our time. With the Pomodoro technique, you learn focused single-tasking that significantly increases your productivity and improves the quality of your work. Find out what other advantages this time...

 

OX App Suite

OX App Suite by Open-Xchange

 

Looking for a new office solution? The OX App Suite offers many functions that are similar to those of Microsoft and Google, but also has data protection in mind. The app suite enables you to work together on documents, distribute files via cloud storage, organize emails, and...

 

Communication in the workplace

Communication at work: What do you have to pay attention to?

 

Good communication is one of the main pillars of productive work environments and this can only be created when colleagues talk to each other in a friendly, constructive way.A company can quickly become more successful than its competitors if everyone, from managing directors to...

 

Tips for your LinkedIn profile

Tips on how to optimize your LinkedIn profile

 

LinkedIn has become an indispensable part of the job search. HR staff search the network for potential candidates for open positions. A well-managed profile is essential to be successful on LinkedIn. After all, you want to show yourself at your best on LinkedIn. It is important...

 

What are non-profit organizations?

When it comes to accounting, non-profit organizations differ from for-profit organizations in that they can be exempt from paying taxes after filling out certain forms and sending them to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). It can be confusing knowing which forms to fill out but our article will explain how accounting for non-profit organizations works. There is numerous non-profit accounting...

Reverse charge – the shift in tax liability easily explained + example

Many US-based entrepreneurs are still puzzled by the reverse charge. The procedure is all about transferring tax liability from the service providers to respective beneficiaries. In other words, the latter must settle the payment of taxes with the tax office. This is said to have saved time and prevented frauds in the past. What must be considered, and who is directly involved? Read on for an...

Presenting effectively: How to make your presentation a complete success

Anyone who has sat through a few presentations in their life knows how the quality of a presentation can vary. This is due in part to the lecture’s topic, but also to the speaker, whose appearance and presentation skills have a considerable influence on the lecture’s success. Here, you can find out the details of what is important for presenting.

Types of taxes in the United States

Keeping track of taxes in the US isn’t exactly a piece of cake. There are so many types of taxes that it’s difficult to know which ones apply to you and your business. If you don’t file your taxes correctly with the IRS, it could result in penalties, which could cost your business a lot of money. This article explains the main types of taxes so that business owners can inform themselves to see...

Company registration: Is it compulsory?

Company registration might not be required for every US business, but it’s important for public companies to file their documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission’s database, known as EDGAR. We introduce you to the electronic filing system and what to expect.

General partnership – Who is liable?

Commercial law provides for various regulations when it comes to liability issues in a general partnership. The company itself may enter into liabilities and have to assume responsibility for them independently. You can find out who is liable and how liability is regulated for the entry and withdrawal of partners or how to dissolve a general partnership in this article.

Maximum working hours for employees

The FLSA has come up with some guidelines to make sure that employees are compensated for their extra working hours. As well as federal laws, certain states have their own rules which must be adhered to. Employers who do not follow these rules can be taken to court and may face jail time.

Accounts payable: The most important aspects at a glance

Accounts payable accounting is the part of financial accounting of a company that deals with vendors and is therefore the counterpart to accounts receivable accounting, which handles customers and money owed to the company. The invoices that vendors issue to a company go to the company’s accounts payable department. There the invoices are checked, prepared for payment at the right time and posted....

Coworking – a new way of working for modern jobs

Coworking came about due to the ever-changing modern working world. In many professions, you don’t necessarily have to work at a specific location. Coworking spaces are an alternative to the classic office, but are also different to your own four walls or the café around the corner. What exactly is coworking?

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