Probing the roots of the so-called staffing crisis.
By Rick Telberg
Lagging pay raises and a dearth of top talent appears to be contributing to astonishing turnover rates, recurring staff shortages, and even profit squeezes, according to a new CPA Trendlines analysis.
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Accounting professionals have every right to expect excellent compensation. They work very hard, they need a huge body of knowledge, their ranks barely fill available jobs, and the firms that hire them are desperate to attract and retain them. It shows.