This column offers tips for creating an atmosphere where everyone feels free to speak up and criticism is delivered in respectful ways.
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This column explores five reasons that technology has become an even higher strategic priority than talent.
While jobs do disappear with the advent of new technology, new jobs sprout up with them.
Dogs can add stress relief, joy, and companionship at work.
As entrepreneurial workers increasingly embrace the autonomy and flexibility of performing as independent contractors, they need CPA firms to help them with taxes, accounting services and other business needs.
Rapid advances in technology are causing headaches and creating opportunities for accounting firms.
In a competitive environment, managers can do these five things to motivate and retain their best workers.
Success starts with honing in on a firm’s “sweet spot” in terms of services provided, and identifying the firm’s best (and worst) clients.
Finding and retaining qualified staff again rank at or near the top of the priority list for firms with more than one professional.
The demand is increasing for CPA firms to understand how new technologies are affecting clients.
EY launched a yearlong neurodiversity pilot in 2015 to recruit and train individuals on the autism spectrum.
This column offers some thoughts organizations should consider before launching their own unlimited PTO policy.
Organizations can benefit from encouraging employees to take time away from work.
A top consultant to the accounting profession offers her view on how mentors have helped her career and the key traits great mentors share.
Prompt, effective responses to clients’ concerns are essential for firms and CPAs, who take pride in their reputation for service.
A professional liability claim may occur if a client’s expectation and the results of the tax services do not coincide.
Value pricing can help staff get more done because billing by the hour can remove incentives to work efficiently.
Demand for cybersecurity consulting helped drive the growth, accounting for $7.1 billion in revenue.
The first members of Generation Z are graduating from college and entering the workforce. And it would be a big mistake to expect them to behave like Millennials.
This column looks at the three main causes of turnover across industries.