A nationwide survey found that employers aren’t delivering in a number of areas that matter most to younger workers in the accounting profession.
The focus of the “2006 CCH Young Accounting Professionals Survey” was on recruitment and retention, asking CPAs with between four and seven years of experience how well their firms were doing in four areas -- firm culture, benefits and compensation, professional training and development, and firm resources and infrastructure.
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