It might not have been laid out in black-and-white anywhere on the agenda for the American Institute of CPAs' fall Governing Council, but as always, the profession's staffing issues rose to the tips of speakers' tongues before the meeting adjourned.

At Tuesday's luncheon, with only a few items of business left to address, attendees gathered together to hear a speech from incoming AICPA Chairwoman Leslie Murphy. Arriving at their tables, the herd of practitioners ran into a white paper being issued by the institute's Private Companies Practice Section, entitled, "Best Practices in Recruiting and Retaining Talented Staff."

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