With more people now telecommuting from home, many employers have stepped up their e-learning offerings to help employees learn, grow and adapt to the new ways of working during the coronavirus pandemic.
Be prepared to accelerate into a post-pandemic workplace with a realigned career path.
CironeFriedberg, LLP is pleased to announce its expansion with new Principal, Patrick Dunleavey, CPA, serving as Audit Principal providing services for not-for-profit, manufacturing and distribution, and arts and cultural organizations, independent schools, and human service agencies.
Competing for a job in today's market is challenging enough, and new research from global staffing firm Robert Half shows there's another hurdle for candidates to overcome: being breadcrumbed — or strung along — by employers.
The release of the Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB’s) Compliance Supplement addendum for single audits right before Christmas gave practitioners long-awaited guidance for these specialized audits that are especially complicated because of the surge in government funding related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Stacey Curran, CPA, and Zachary DeFeo, CPA, are the latest managers to join the firm’s leadership team.
Throughout the pandemic, the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) has actively advocated for legislation to (a) provide taxpayers relief from inconsistent state and local income tax and withholding rules impacting employees and employers, and (b) create a uniform national standard to simplify and enhance compliance with various state and local tax laws, thereby reducing these burdens.
Connecticut is now booking COVID-19 vaccination appointments for residents aged 65 to 74.
Coronavirus-related government policies and regulations that could affect business performance ranked as the top risk cited by board members and C-suite executives, according to a new survey.
How can D&I be effectively implemented? Jina Etienne suggests a radical new approach: Utilize the same skills you use to make your advisory services successful.
The changes the pandemic has wrought won’t all simply reverse once Covid is behind us. This phenomenon explains why.
Professional growth looks different now, but with self-reflection, intentionality, and perseverance, you can make progress in these tough times.
This year-long effort aims to honor, celebrate, and build upon the progress Black CPAs have made in shaping the accounting profession.
Expensive quick fixes are helping companies endure COVID-19 but they are not sustainable over a prolonged period of heightened volatility.
In what is believed to be a first in the country, Vernon officials have a made a deal with Uber to bring people to vaccine clinics.
At first glance, the border battle between Massachusetts and New Hampshire over income taxes might seem like a mere squabble between two neighbors. But the fallout could be felt nationwide once the dust finally settles because of the rising acceptance of remote work, and the trend’s implications for state tax policies.
Fewer than half of the state’s 100,000 businesses have registered with the state as part of the Paid Family Medical Leave program. Some 40,000 Connecticut businesses have registered with the state to withhold half of a percent from employee wages to pay up to 12 weeks of paid family leave benefits starting in 2022.
Data-led decision-making has become increasingly important, particularly during the coronavirus pandemic. It is most useful when executive teams apply it well and ensure the integrity of the underlying data.
This year has taught us all valuable lessons that will shape the future of work in profound ways – from finding new ways to connect virtually, to leading with empathy. The employee experience is about more than ping-pong tables and snacks: It’s about creating and maintaining a meaningful culture for employees, no matter where they sit.
Many of us can summon over-used resume buzzwords in our sleep. In fact, a hiring manager might have nightmares about drowning in an ocean of “experience”, “strategy”, and “fluency.” While not all buzzwords are created equal, there are some that are, quite frankly, overused.