Companies should consider benefits and challenges of hiring workers outside their geographic area.
HR & talent management
Before launching a diversity and inclusion program, learn where your organization stands in terms of D&I. Tools such as the AICPA’s Accounting Inclusion Maturity Model can help you track your progress.
This article explores policies companies can put in place to support employees with children during this uniquely challenging time without sacrificing efficiency.
This article discusses how one tech firm's team managed to raise $85 million in investor funding while working remotely during the pandemic.
One company discusses how it found a way to magnify the strengths of remote work by employing a more informal check-in style and building on technology’s democratizing effects.
This article discusses ways to make giving remote feedback easier and more effective.
Working from home isn’t going away even after the pandemic finally abates, so employers need to ensure they have a strategy that can stand the test of time.
Carefully chosen, well-implemented anti-bias courses can buttress a company’s diversity and inclusion program when they are part of a clear strategy.
Studies show that a diverse workforce is a more productive, more profitable one. Establishing a strong diversity and inclusion program takes time, effort, and, above all, commitment from top leadership. Use these guidelines when structuring a D&I program.
Panelists at an AICPA fall Council presentation on resilience explained how basic values can drive success during troubled times such as the coronavirus pandemic.
Prospective employees often seek more than just a hefty starting salary. Here’s how to fire up your hire power.
As employees are welcomed back to work or back to the office amid the coronavirus pandemic, the most successful employers will help them care for their mental, physical, and emotional well-being.
The economy continues to concern U.S. finance leaders. What are their other challenges, and where are they growing more optimistic? Hear more in this podcast episode.
Women, particularly Black women and other women of color, are a rare sight in executive leadership. A panel discussion at ENGAGE explores why and how to change it.
In times of unprecedented change, adaptation is critical. Expert voices share insight on the findings and recommendations of a new report.
The culture of a workplace, be that in a company or an accounting firm, determines how employees and customers are treated, says Stephanie Creary. To assess how racism is a factor requires open, frank conversations and leaders willing to listen and learn what they probably didn’t know.
CPAs have an opportunity to improve their workplaces and communities amid a racial justice movement that began in response to police killings of Black and African Americans.
Follow this road map for launching a coaching program that can help your organization improve retention while developing future leaders and building staff members’ skills.
Women are more likely to succeed if they have role models, are able to find sponsors, and receive opportunities for training and high-profile assignments. Panelists at ENGAGE 2020 also discussed how barriers to advancement are intensified for women of color.
A surge in passion on issues of racial justice, diversity and inclusion has led to opportunities for CPAs to lead meaningful change. Members of the AICPA National Commission on Diversity and Inclusion share best practices for CPAs who are eager to support change.