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  • How To Write A Job Acceptance Letter
    by Maxim Abdusselimov - November 6, 2020
    Whether by standard mail or email, if you have accepted a job offer it is always a good idea to send a job acceptance letter. This communique is a way to outline the details of the job, an opportunity to thank those with whom you've met, as well as confirm the start day of your employment. Here are all the elements you should include. An acceptance letter can be brief. It should be addressed to the person who formall...
  • Older Workers Jobs
    by Maxim Abdusselimov - September 17, 2020
    Of people age 55 and older, over 40 percent remain in the workforce. Many factors contribute to older workers remaining in the labor market longer, some of which include the economic downturn, increases in health costs and an aging population. As more and more older Americans look to pursue different careers or take on part-time employment to subsidize their income, there are several occupations that are growing particul...
  • National Mentoring Month
    by Maxim Abdusselimov - August 26, 2020
    Job success is a combination of many factors, from your skill set and knowledge, to business acumen and how you interact with colleagues. One area that can also help with your career goals is having a mentor. Many people disregard the role mentoring can play to workplace success. Why align yourself with a mentor? A mentor is someone who has the experience or knowledge you seek, and can help in your current role or assist...
  • Accounting
    with Maxim Abdusselimov, Dan Horton and Courtney Omernick - August 27, 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.