Walter & Shuffain PC, a fast-growing firm in Boston, has fashioned a leadership development program to prepare its most promising people to advance.
Educating employees in a fun way about profitability paid dividends for one CFO and her company.
Robby Riggs reveals what younger workers really want from an employer, and shares practical steps leaders can take to create rapport between older and younger employees.
Offering new products and services can help your firm or organization stay afloat and grow.
This column details the reasons firm ownership can be a great career path for young, entrepreneurial CPAs.
For 40 years, employees at HMWC CPAs and Business Advisors in Orange County have taken part in an annual tradition dubbed the “Death March”: a camping, hiking, or rafting trip in one of the continent’s most beautiful national parks.
Wesley Middleton, CPA, founder and managing partner of MiddletonRaines+Zapata, discusses his unique leadership style and how and why his firm does things differently.
What will accounting firms and accounting departments look like after lower-level, repetitive tasks are automated and unprecedented amounts of data can be mined for business insights? That topic takes center stage in the second part of our annual accounting technology roundtable podcast.
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.