Firms on the move: CBIZ MHM creates teaching fellowship

CBIZ MHM creates a teaching fellowship at a Florida school; The Bonadio Group announces unlimited paid time off; and a roundup of other news from firms across the country.

CALIFORNIA

Armanino released a recent Southern California Law Firm Compensation, Billing Rates and Benefits Survey, providing insights to help law firms guide operating strategy.

CAMEROON

BBI Advisory & Audit, Cameroon, has joined global accountancy network UHY. BBI Advisory & Audit, based in Douala with offices in the capital Yaoundé and in Limbé, provides a full range of services, including audit and assurance, business advisory and accounting, corporate finance and corporate tax services. The firm is in the process of adopting the UHY branding and will be known as UHY BBI Advisory & Audit.

FLORIDA

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Top 10 accounting and professional services firm CBIZ MHM, Tampa, announced that they have donated a gift to the University of South Florida's Muma College of Business in the form of a five-year teaching fellowship in the school's Lynn Pippenger School of Accountancy. (See the story.)

ILLINOIS

Crowe Horwath, Chicago, was ranked No. 20 on the Fortune 50 Best Workplaces for Parents list. The list is based on feedback from more than 122,482 working parents at Great Place to Work-certified companies. The firm also released the 2016 Strategic Buyer Survey, conducted in collaboration with the Financial Executives Research Foundation. The survey report featured insights on the risks in contemporary merger and acquisition execution from 180 senior finance professionals from public, private, and not-for-profit domestic and international organizations.

NEW YORK

The Bonadio Group, Rochester, announced it will begin a new unlimited paid time off policy for salaried employees effective Jan. 1, 2017. The benefit will apply to more than 500 of the firm’s roughly 750 employees in New York State and Vermont.

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