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Ross Buehler Falk & Company, LLP Managing Partner Named Chair of Local Non-Profit

Ross Buehler Falk & Company, LLP is pleased to announce that Jeff Bleacher, CPA, CGMA has been named chair of the board of directors of EDC Finance Corporation. “I am quite honored to have been chosen to chair the EDC Finance board,” said Bleacher. “This organization provides an invaluable service to businesses in Lancaster County…. View Article

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Employee Spotlight – Mary Stelmach

Mary Stelmach joined the Ross Buehler Falk (RBF) team at the beginning of 2017. She was hired shortly after graduating from college, which means she has spent her entire professional career with RBF.  Mary currently serves as a staff accountant (level 2). A self-described “hybrid accountant,” she works on both audit and tax engagements. Specifically,… View Article

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The Checklist Every Small Business Owner Needs for New Hires

Growing your business to the point that you need to start hiring employees is exciting. It’s also rife with administrative burdens that you don’t want to be unprepared for. When taking on a new hire, you need more than 1) the assurance your cash flow is sufficient to support your payroll expenses and 2) that… View Article

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Test Your iNfluence Quotient

How would you rate yourself on the Influence and Persuasion scale? Many leaders rely on their “natural abilities” to get their people to do the work needed for their success and the productivity of the company.  Dr. Cialdini and other social researchers like Dr. Kelton Rhoads of Working Psychology have proven that there is a… View Article

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The Gallup Q12 Index

Gallup’s employee engagement work is based on more than 30 years of in-depth behavioral research involving more than 17 million employees. Through rigorous research, Gallup has identified 12 core elements – the Q12 – that link powerfully to key business outcomes. There are 12 statements noted which best predict employee and workgroup performance. Read More

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Employee Engagement: Why it’s not getting better and what to do about it!

Mark Crowley’s landmark article on Employee Engagement, published on LinkedIn at the end of 2015, spotlights the disappointing metrics on the subject. However, he is not just the bearer of bad news. Quite the contrary. He accompanies the low scores of Employee Engagement with some very solid recommendations for improvement. Read more

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Goleman’s Four Quadrants

In professional and technical fields the typical entry-level threshold IQ is 110 to 120. It is generally considered that your IQ, which is largely genetic, will change little from childhood. Since everyone is in the top 10% or so of intelligence, IQ itself offers relatively little competitive advantage… Read More  

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Emotional Intelligence and Leadership

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is a relatively recent business concept that is having a major impact on leadership. Read More

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