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Job Switchers

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Job Switchers: Is the Pay Bump Worth It?

WSJ Your Money Briefing

People who have switched jobs for higher pay got bigger raises than those who stayed. Host J.R. Whalen is joined by WSJ personal-finance reporter Julia Carpenter, who discusses the differences in pay, risks job switchers face, and potential benefits of staying put.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

7mins

26 Jul 2022

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WJR Business Beat: Job Switchers Rewarded with Higher Pay (Episode 406)

WJR Business Beat

On today's Business Beat, Jeff Sloan talks about how it's going to be more difficult and costly for small businesses to hire the best talent because job switchers during the pandemic have seen significant salary hikes.

2mins

12 May 2022

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QuickBooks Live on the Intuit earnings call, how GoDaddy’s “do it with me” program could be a harbinger for ProAdvisors, community feedback on QuickBooks Live, and why job switchers make more money

Cloud Accounting Podcast

Show NotesIn this episode, Blake and David discuss:Intuit catches 'credential stuffing' attack on TurboTax account — Accounting Today — The software provider recently alerted Vermont that a cybercriminal had gained access to a state resident's account. How did they do it? Because the customer had used the same password on another site that got hacked. The lesson: Use a different password on every site! How do you do that? With a password manager.Intuit Inc. (INTU) CEO Sasan Goodarzi on Q2 2019 Results - Earnings Call Transcript — Seeking Alpha — Can you believe it? A question about QuickBooks Live made it into the latest Intuit earnings call! The analyst from RBC must have seen the conversation online about what QuickBooks Live means for ProAdvisors. We’re proud to have broken the story on the Cloud Accounting Podcast, and good job everyone in making sure that this “test” didn’t fly under the radar. In short, Sasan Goodarzi, CEO of Intuit, likes what he sees from the test. That doesn’t surprise us considering he and his predecessor were both bullish on TurboTax Live, a very similar service.David also highlights the following quote from Goodarzi earlier in the call:This strategy is a continuation of Intuit's 10-year transformation led by Brad from a North American desktop company to a global cloud company. As we advance our strategy, we're taking steps towards becoming an AI-driven expert platform. Let me unpack what I mean by an AI-driven expert platform. It's a platform where we and others solve the most pressing customer problems and deliver awesome experiences. It's about significantly accelerating our application of Artificial Intelligence, which progressively learns from the large datasets across the platform, and delivers the benefits customers seek with speed, and it's about solving the largest problem customer's face, confidence, by connecting them with experts on our platform.What ProAdvisors are Saying about QuickBooks Live — Insightful Accountant — Here’s the feedback from the wider ProAdvisors community based on three online “town halls” hosted by Joe Woodard with official Intuit participation. One stat in particular that caught our attention — 51% of attendees saw QuickBooks Live has having a negative future impact on Intuit’s relationship with the accounting profession, while only 30% saw a positive impact.Interestingly, the Intuit representative said he regretted not communicating Intuit’s test to accounting professionals. However, that contradicts what we’ve told by a ProAdvisor that Intuit held a secret webinar for 75+ top ProAdvisors informing them about QuickBooks Live in late January. These ProAdvisors were unable to speak publicly because they were under NDA, which may explain the unusual silence from some in the community who would typically be all over such a story.Whatever you think about the whole incident, David highly recommends everyone read The Cluetrain Manifesto, available online for free. What Intuit ProAdvisors can learn about QuickBooks LIVE from the GoDaddy Pro launch — Medium — Ned Dwyer sees significant parallels between the test of QuickBooks Live and the “Do It With Me” program he helped to create at GoDaddy for customers who needed assistance creating their own websites.JPMorgan's Dimon: Square innovated where we should have — American Banker — The CEO of the nation's biggest bank gave the fintech props for revolutionizing payments and then building off its success to provide a whole range of services to small-business clients.Air On The Side Of Real Time With Abacus Corporate Travel Booking — Abacus Blog — Abacus Travel combines seamless travel booking with the power of real time expense reporting.Are Job Switchers Earning More? — Korn Ferry — Even in this record-low unemployment market, companies have been keeping salaries in check. But new government figures suggest that those who jump ship are starting to get around that.Get in TouchThanks for listening! Let us know what you think on Twitter. Follow and tweet @BlakeTOliver and @DavidLeary. Also, to make sure you don’t miss any Cloud Accounting Podcast news, please like our Facebook page!

33mins

6 Mar 2019

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Job Switchers, Not Stayers, Will Get The Wage Increases: Slok

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Torsten Slok, Chief International Economist at Deutsche Bank, on jobs, the global economy, Italy and the euro. David Weil, Dean of the Heller School at Brandeis University, discusses wage stagnation, and whether it's reflected in consumer data. Clint Watts, Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, discusses his new book, "Messing With The Enemy: Surviving in a Social Media World of Hackers, Terrorists, Russians and Fake News." Debbie Shon, trade lawyer with Quinn Emanuel, and former VP of International Trade and Public Policy at U.S. Steel, on Trump's steel tariffs.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

29mins

4 Jun 2018

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