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PODCAST: Workaholism, toxic meetings, and remote work (Blake Oliver)

On March 7, 2018, Jeff Phillips, CEO of Accountingfly joined Blake Oliver and FloQast’s podcast.

On Episode 6 of the podcast, I’m joined by Jeff Phillips of Accountingfly, a site for accountants and finance professionals to apply easily to hundreds of great jobs, click here to listen.

Topics discussed:

  1. The four drivers of workaholism, and how it doesn’t make for more productive employees
  2. Why meetings are toxic (according to the makers of Basecamp)
  3. How payroll and HR provider Gusto hired more women engineers
  4. How to be part of the team, even when working remotely

 

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