How AI Can Help With Lease Accounting
U.S. Employees Surveyed on Use of AI in HR Processes
FAF Wants to Know How the Private Company Council Can Be More Effective
Financial Accounting Foundation Names New Vice Chair and Members of GASAC
KPMG US Chief Paul Knopp Talks AI, Pro-Growth Policies, and DEI
During the World Economic Forum, Knopp said the issue he came to Davos most excited about was the business potential of generative AI.
Professionals on the Move – Jan. 2024
Professionals on the Move is a round-up of recent hiring and promotion announcements from around the profession.
Worried About Losing Your Job in 2024? You’re Not Alone
A new MyPerfectResume survey of more than 1,800 U.S. workers found that 85% of respondents fear losing their job in 2024.
RSM US Adds 72 New Partners and Principals
This latest crop of new partners is smaller than last year's class, when keys to the partnership were given to 109 individuals at RSM US.
Dual Certifications Mean Big Bucks for Accountants
Accountants in the U.S. who are both CMAs and CPAs earn over $38,000 than their noncertified peers, a new survey revealed.
Glassdoor’s Workplace Word of the Year is ‘Anxiety’
Layoff fears, burnout, and returning to the office were the main reasons why professionals were feeling so anxious in 2023.
EY Cutting U.S. Jobs, Delaying Start Dates for New Hires
The job cuts will affect “a limited number of people” in the firm, according to a statement from EY’s U.S. unit.
Why Firms Are Being Ghosted By Job Seekers
Ghosting in the job hunt is now a fact of life. But firms that are upfront about salaries and benefits might stop the ghosting.