The Mason Group BlogCareer and recruiting advice for accounting, finance & banking professionals
Much of the success in the investment management industry depends on managers’ abilities to analyze information systematically in order to be able to generate actionable insights. So with a rise in big data and artificial intelligence, institutional investors are starting to look for staff with different skills.
Happy and content employees are more motivated, committed, and productive relative to their stressed peers, which is why it’s so important to ensure your employees, and your team in general, don’t burn out. Read this article to find out how managers can prevent their teams from burning out, instead helping them be as productive as they can be.
Is being able to better manage your personal finances on the top of your resolution list? Start with one of these easy-to-use budgeting apps and make it simple to see how much you’re spending.
Job hunting? Hoping to get promoted? Struggling to find the right balance between work and your personal life? There’s a book for that. Follow this list to find out what you should read at every stage in your career.
As a manager or a team leader you most likely have a lot going on, but sometimes when juggling a million different tasks and employees all at once, it becomes hard not to let your people skills and leadership qualities fade into the background. Just because you’re busy, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be the best manager you can be. Are you ready to evaluate your managerial skills? If so, follow along as we list 6 signs of a bad manager, and ways to improve them!
- September 16, 2019
- Posted by: The Mason Group
- Category: Hiring Advice
Whether you consider that Generation Z starts in 1990 or in 1995, there are some things that you need to be aware of about this new group of workers coming soon to knock on your door.