Foot-dragging firms lose out on best candidates as hiring trend forces wages upward. The tax and accounting industry’s new growth spurt is leading to increased volatility in the ranks, with a surge in the number of CPAs looking for better jobs and firms scrambling for talent, according to CPA Trendlines Research. Read more… Stay ahead of industry trends with our nationwide services.
The CGMA’s November 2014 report explains why companies will need to draw talent from new sources, to do so more quickly and adaptably, and to be prepared to work more closely alongside people who are external to the organisation. Organisations are increasingly finding themselves managing an “open workforce” – one in which talent and resources are spread across a complex mix of in-house teams, freelancers, contractors and external business partners. CIMA and the AICPA’s new research into …Read More
It’s a proud moment in the AICPA’s 127-year history: Membership has now surpassed 400,000. That’s a whole lot of CPAs making sense of a changing and complex world for clients, companies, and organizations around the globe. YEA TEAM!
The 2015 tax filing season “will be one of the most complicated filing seasons we’ve ever had,” IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said Tuesday in a keynote address to hundreds of attendees at the AICPA National Tax Conference. He also predicted that only 53% of those calling the IRS will be able to get through to an agent for help. This percentage is down from 72% a year ago (indicated as …Read More
People are quitting their jobs at a faster clip and that’s pushing small business owners to work harder to hold onto top talent…As the economy and job market improve, keeping the best employees is becoming vital for small businesses. The trend is expected to continue. Thirty-eight percent of workers plan to change employers in the next five years, according to a 2014 survey by the management consultancy Hay Group. That’s …Read More