Human Resources 2.0

December 2017 - 

Crain's New York Business

Human resources 2.0: CPA firms reconfigure, and help clients do the same

ACCELERATED TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES in accounting and the drive toward advisory services and special-ization have sometimes left CPA firms in the New York area short on in-house talent to fulfill their clients’ needs,  according to industry leaders. As a result, accounting firms are trying to attract different kinds of talent and work with that talent they have in different ways. Read More

Robert Fligel

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