Understanding the Business Case in the Tax & Accounting Workplace. By Jennifer Scott SUM Innovation Workplace diversity may best be described as the blend of individual and organizational characteristics, values, beliefs, experiences, and behaviors — all coming together to achieve … Continued
STAFFING & RECRUITING
Drop the preconceptions and start working as a team.
By Jennifer Wilson
Finding and retaining staff are the top issues facing CPA firms this year, and talent pool challenges are expected to have the biggest impact on public accounting practice operations over the next five years, too, new research released by the … Continued
Payroll: still volatile.
By Beth Bellor
Don’t wait for exit interviews; conduct retention interviews.
By Steven E. Sacks
Highly rated for ‘quality of life:’ Moss Adams, Plante Moran, Friedman, BPM. By CPA Trendlines Deloitte, KPMG and Moss Adams are gaining ground in the recruiting wars, according to a new survey of more than 8,000 accountants. While PwC maintains … Continued
In the war for talent, “local” CPA firms face new threats from distant, bigger rivals – worldwide By Rick Telberg CPA Trendlines The traditional business model of the so-called “local” CPA firm is being challenged anew by the emergence of … Continued
How to beat the staffing crisis: Join the survey. Get the answers. By Rick Telberg CPA Trendlines Research The accounting industry may be on the verge of a seismic shift. The results of a new CPA Trendlines survey of job satisfaction … Continued
CPA firm staff, payroll services among brighter spots.
By Beth Bellor
In the war for talent, “local” CPA firms face new threats from distant, bigger rivals. By Rick Telberg CPA Trendlines The traditional business model of the so-called “local” CPA firm is being challenged anew by the emergence of a single, … Continued
Share the blessings, not just the struggles.
By Marc Rosenberg