In a profession with high turnover, a positive workplace culture can lead to good employee retention and ultimately a great client experience, says Wesley Middleton, CPA, managing partner (Houston) for Baker Tilly.
Within the first 90 days, it’s crucial that you successfully convey to new employees the strong investment you are making in them.
Sarah Dobek, president and founder of Inovautus Consulting, identifies three criteria to consider when writing a great job description, including innovative ways to tell your firm’s story.
Successful hiring includes defining your ideal employee and communicating why your firm is a great place to work, says Sarah Dobek, president and founder of Inovautus Consulting.
Technology can never replicate human advice and connection.
Hiring managers must be proactive and consider creative hiring practices to attract top talent, says Sarah Dobek, president and founder of Inovautus Consulting.
Skills-based promotion has become a way to stay competitive when finding, hiring, and retaining talent.
Experts offer tips on recognizing when it’s time to retire and how to do so with peace of mind.
This article discusses ways managers can provide support and encouragement to get their teams to the finish line.
Many public accounting firms choose to aid their communities and, in turn, inspire their staffs
A small-firm CPA discusses how his firm approaches hiring and suggests finding the overall best fit and not just focusing on specific skills or experience.
This article looks at three insights from a survey on CPA firm flex practices.
Eleven CPAs describe what made their mentors so significant and unforgettable.
If poor communication is leading to inefficiency — or worse — at your firm, this podcast episode with AICPA board member Melody Feniks will provide strategies that can help.
Among accounting firms, staff retention is a top area of concern. This article looks at actions firms can take to inspire and engage their teams.
Recently launched affinity programs have improved mentoring opportunities, but African-Americans feel left out of informal social networks and challenged in navigating corporate politics, a new survey shows.
From Christmas to Mardi Gras to Pi Day, CPA firms celebrate the holidays. See how your fellow CPAs have fun, eat well, and give back all year long.
Several CPAs recommend books to help others in the profession prepare for the busy season.
Even the smallest firms can benefit from having interns. Try these strategies for recruiting on campus and providing interns with a compelling experience.
To compete, firm leaders must accept and invest in change and embrace their NextGen leaders’ ideas much earlier than they might have expected.