Millennials: Interested in an accounting career? In this sixth installment of our seven-week Careers of the Future series, Karen Osterheld, senior lecturer of Acc
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In the boardroom or the classroom, at a wedding or a retirement party, in front of a few colleagues or a few hundred conference-goers, you are sure to be tapped to speak or perform in public from time to time.
Picture yourself at a job interview, sitting across the table from a prospective employer.
Where did your day just go? Chances are good that some portion was swallowed up by meetings. In a recent survey by Salary.com, 47 percent of workers cited “too many meetings” as the No. 1 time waster on the job.