Training and recruitment

Training and recruitment

Small and medium-sized enterprises face difficulties during the recruitment process for staffing the limited accounting departments they maintain. The nature and size of these companies does not allow them to evaluate candidates, let alone the actual control of their knowledge, as well as their productive integration in the way the agency works. Long intervals are usually required until the new recruits are trained in the operation mode of the business, but in the use of accounting applications. This time should be treated by businesses as an investment, if not as necessary funding. Employers are asked to pay the payroll, knowing that they will start to perform after a certain period and their concern should be to make them as limited as possible. Wise Advice, having knowledge of the operation of its clients, on the other hand, of their existing accounting packages, undertakes the selection of staff that satisfies the needs of each client, but also the in-house training. This results in a documented assessment of candidates, but mainly their direct integration into production capacity, limiting the adjustment period to a minimum.


  • Date: December 17, 2019