Paid internships, outreach to high school among managing partner’s strategies.
By CPA Trendlines Staff
“The number one challenge for our organization today is finding and maintaining talented professionals,” says Louis C. Grassi, chief executive officer and managing partner of Grassi & Co.
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To make itself more attractive to a younger generation of workers, his New York City-based firm is offering paid internships. Grassi says the offer is available to “students interested in the field of accounting as a way to identify and develop young talent in our area.”