The dwindling pipeline of young talent into accounting has without question been the most prominent topic of discussion around the profession over the past several years. As everyone from firm leaders to state societies to the AICPA continue to debate and strategize around this issue, INSIDE Public Accounting Monthly has gathered an outstanding group of young partners for our June cover story to share their thoughts on what drew them to accounting, what they think is working well in their firms and where they see the profession still has work to do.
This month’s lineup also includes a glimpse at the early results of the IPA Practice Management Survey, as well as:
- Putting Clients First: Bridging the Gap Between Client Expectations and Firm Services
- The Impact of Pay Transparency Laws on Hiring: Mitigating Risks and Attracting Top Talent in a Competitive Market
- Office Hours: CPA Firms Shift Toward More In-Person Collaboration and More Square Footage
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