Accounting Professionals

Agency, LLC

Accounting Professionals Agency, LLC



Independent Accounting & Finance Staffing Agency

"Where corporate culture and careers converge."

I am Adrienne Aldridge, CPA, founder and small business owner of Accounting Professionals Agency, LLC.  Having over 20 years of experience as a subject-matter expert in the accounting profession, I’m able to accurately identify and vet top accounting and finance talent from senior analyst to CFO. I am competitively priced and in a strategic position to help you with your recruiting and placement needs. I would like an opportunity to talk to you further.  Your success is evaluated by how well you plan, confront problems, execute solutions and adapt to constant change. You can’t delegate your tacit knowledge and unique skills in support of your company’s business objectives. You can delegate your talent search and vetting responsibilities to an expert in the accounting profession with many years of management experience, robust recruiting tools and positioned to devote 100% of their time to this critical endeavor. Ultimately, I would like to be added to your company’s select recruiter list and meet with your management team and Human Resources department to confirm that my professional services are collaborative and my rates competitive. Please give some thought to those value-added activities you could be doing in place of marketing job positions, screening multiple applicants, conducting first-round interviews, performing background checks and negotiating salaries. 

There is a cost of hiring the wrong person, as you will see by reading the article below. Allow me to support you by calling my office at 919-924-4476 or emailing me at aaldridge@AccountingProfessionalsAgency.com to learn more about what I can do to help your business and career.
 

"We have the power within, but the secret of success 

is to employ our power and talents and be prepared

for opportunity when it comes." ~ Walter Matthews

"The price of a bad hire - It's more than just money. The price of a bad hire adds up in a variety of direct and indirect ways.  For example, 9 percent of companies said bad hires resulted in legal issues and 11 percent said they resulted in fewer sales.  The most common effects of a bad hire are:

"According to a new CareerBuilder survey on the cost of a bad hire, 69 percent of employers reported that bad hires lowered their company's productivity, affected worker morale and even resulted in legal issues. 41 percent of companies estimate that a bad hire costs more than $25,000 and 25 percent said it costs more than $50,000."

Written by Mary Lorenz for MSN Careers ~

Costs of Hiring the Wrong Person

  • Lost worker productivity: 41 percent
  • Lost time to recruit and train another worker: 40 percent
  • Costs associated with recruiting and training another worker: 37 percent
  • Damage to employee morale: 36 percent
  • ​Damage to client relationships: 22 percent"
  • Failure to produce the proper quality of work: 63 percent
  • Failure to work well with other employees: 63 percent
  • Negative attitudes: 62 percent
  • Immediate attendance problems: 56 percent
  • Subject of customer complaints: 49 percent
  • Failure to meet deadlines: 48 percent"

"Characteristics of a bad hire - When it comes to what makes someone a bad hire, employers reported several behavioral and productivity-related problems: