With employees now less centralized, organizations face greater challenges in growing the knowledge of the workforce.
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.
Leaders of ethnic minority-owned firms offer tips for what small CPA firms can do to promote greater diversity.
This article offers steps firms and individuals can take to make sure microaggressions are not part of their organization.
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.
This article discusses ways firm owners and leaders can start to develop a strategy for a work-from-anywhere reality that lasts.
A college professor and CPA shares advice on keeping learning interesting and keeping listeners engaged, even when in-person sessions are not possible.
Firms can maximize the benefits of continuing education by creating a process that directs staff to take courses that best meet their own needs and the needs of the firm.
Investors are looking for actions that back up statements about equity.
Etiquette experts discuss ways to avoid kitchen mistakes and keep harmony among their co-workers.
Holding a leadership conference for college students can help firms build valuable relationships and aid in recruiting, according to Barrett Simonis, CPA.
CPA firm leaders discuss the retention strategies that work for them.
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.
Mike Schneider, East Region Managing Partner, Audit for KPMG LLP, offered insights into how the firm is dealing with the changes to its workplaces while continuing to serve clients.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic and social upheaval, taking a fresh look at your practice and leading with emotional intelligence can lead to improvements in business results and employee welfare.
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.
The ability to relate to clients and internal teams is a valuable function of firms that provide consulting services.