We tapped accountants in a dozen states to find out why they chose vanity license plates for their vehicles, which clever words or numbers (or both) they chose, and what kind of responses they’ve received from colleagues and others.
Technology tools can help perform much of the prerequisite screening before conducting interviews.
This column discusses tips on how business leaders can adapt to these changes.
Teamwork is important in helping protect CPA firms from professional liability risks.
As companies and firms add neurodiversity to their workforces, they are discovering a pool of talented resources in the autism community.
Take a look at how some organizations are making this transformation and the challenges they face.
CPA firms are finding that programs promoting mentoring, sponsorship, and gender and minority initiatives help them recruit and retain good people
This article explores the things firms do that future leaders dislike and alternative tips.
Corporate impersonators are stealing money and information.
This column offers tips to help firms hang on to talented professionals and reap the benefits of their investment in women’s initiatives.
According to a recent survey, 23% of professionals have regrets about exiting a former job, and six in 10 workers would consider rejoining a previous employer.
AICPA Online Mentoring Program participants offer advice to help firms and professionals get the most value out of any mentoring effort.
This article discusses what frontline managers can do to help women build skills and bolster aspiration and confidence.
Glen Keenan, president of XCM Solutions and Xpitax, explains why training season staff about your particular firm’s processes is vital to success.
Glen Keenan, president of XCM Solutions and Xpitax, offers tips for successful seasonal staffing, including focusing on training and bringing the staff in early.
Here’s what employers need to do to hire and retain good employees, and what candidates need to do to land a position in a competitive talent market.
Scammers are trying to obtain the job seekers’ personal and banking information, and in some cases, a cash payment.
Talent and technology remain high-impact issues.
A new generation is entering the workforce, but don’t mistake them for Millennials.
In this episode, we talk to Teryn Grater, a partner at ATKG, a CPA firm in San Antonio, about how and why they implemented an unlimited paid-time-off policy.