Joe Kask Leads ‘Paradigm Shift’ at BlumShapiro


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By CPA Trendlines Staff

Attracting and retaining talented employees is the key issue at Blum Shapiro and for the firm’s managing partner, Joe Kask, that means offering more than just the traditional workplace incentives.

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“It’s not just about offering flexible work hours providing people with the technology to work from anywhere or providing collaborative work spaces it’s a paradigm shift in the way your organization thinks and operates,” says Kask, who took over the reins at BlumShapiro in January 2016. The West Hartford, Conn., firm’s $72.7 million in revenues during 2015 make it AccountingToday’s 52nd largest accounting firm in the United States and the largest in New England.