1. Why did you decide to work for a bookkeeping company?
Sales is the most important thing in any business but bookkeeping and accounting is a close number 2.
Every company has to do bookkeeping but most companies do it very poorly, if at all. Business owners...
When you are the owner of a company that is doing well – making lucrative deals, courting multiple clients, and turning a big profit – you want to continue that trend, and that is well within the realm of possibility.
Excellence is important to you.
While many people work to support small businesses and shun the mega corporations, the often lower prices, streamlined options, and fast service are sometimes too convenient or perhaps just too inviting to turn down. No matter what the reason is, small businesses continue to struggle...
The pay wasn't worth it for Joe Carufe
Fresh out of an internship with a campus ministry, the newly-married Carufe spent his work week making collections calls for a mortgage company. He met the goals, earned bonuses and connected with his colleagues.
But even with the success, Carufe yearned for an opportunity to do more than a good job.
"I had no passion for the work I was doing, and I could not get behind the mission of the company," he says.
All that changed with an opportunity.
In June, Carufe joined Two Roads as a junior bookkeeper, working directly with partners like a member of their staffs. The University of Tennessee graduate says he found more than work with his new job.
He connected with a culture.