Financial Additions has prescreened accounting and finance professionals ready to get the job done for you on a contract (temporary) or contract-to-hire basis! Our goal is to ensure that our client’s skill set requirements are met by the most qualified candidates for their environment and their technical needs. We understand your need not only for adequate skills but also for a person who will easily assimilate into your company’s culture. Whether it is for a short term consulting project or an increase in workload, let Financial Additions’ Temporary/Contract Division become your personal financial staffing pool.
The Staff Augmentation Division is divided into two groups to better serve our clients and candidates.
Financial Additions – Support Group provides high quality temporary employees for the transactional accounting portion of the corporate accounting function. We test and screen all candidates on a variety of accounting skills tests including Excel, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll and Data Entry skills. We have a great track record of staffing thousands of accounting clerical staff at emerging growth and Fortune 500 companies.
Financial Additions – Professional Team provides high quality staff augmentation employees for the complex and highly skilled portions of the CFO domain. We identify top professionals to fill critical gaps during times of high work load, mergers and acquisitions, or other emergency situations that occasionally occur in accounting departments. We routinely staff interim CFO’s, Controllers, Tax Professionals and Auditors.
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Secrets of Happy Employees
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Leadership: Going Good to Great!
Recently came across an article from Peter Economy on Inc.com titled, “Leadership: How to Get From Good to Great”. And with the NCAA College Basketball Tournament now in full swing (commonly known to most as “March Madness”), it was only fitting that we look at what it takes to go from Good to Great with […]
BLOG SERIES: What Motivates You? Part 2 of 2
Last week, we started our 2 blog post series titled “What Motivates You?” based on a Forbes.com article by Paul B. Brown. To read Part 1 of our blog series, click here. We continue that series today and complete Part 2 with a look at what motivates you as an employee. Some of our other […]
BLOG SERIES: What Motivates You? Part 1 of 2
In a recent Forbes.com article, Paul B. Brown wrote an article titled “17 Ways To Motivate Yourself To Do Great Things”. We thought we would take some of these and feature them in a 2-part blog series about motivation for today’s employee. Here are some of the first few that we enjoy: * Necessity – […]
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A report in late February reported encouraging signs for Accounting firms across the United States. According to AccountingToday.com, nearly three-quarters of accounting firms say they are thriving or growing. According to the article, “The trend has largely been driven by year-to-year improvement in the health of firms’ consulting practices. Those firms that indicated they are […]
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