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The People Who Count

With too few accountants to go around, companies are grabbing people wherever they can find them.

Alix Stuart, CFO Magazine
April 1, 2006

flex time/ work life balance

Its about time to see an article with the benefits of flexibility and work-life-balance for the employees as well as the employer.

Posted by Maria Latino | November 30, 2006 01:29 pm

The People Who Count

Great article, and one topic that I have fought throughout my career. It's amazing to me how many employers still refuse to see the benefits of flexible work hours and working from home. Now I have a great weapon, via this article, to fight the executive team here!

Posted by Sonia Mendoza | August 25, 2006 10:40 am

The People Who Count

The People Who Count With too few accountants to go around, companies are grabbing people wherever they can find them Microsoft’s Bill Gates cares a lot about education. So do I. but my comments are only read. The truth is many Chartered Accountants companies like PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloits, Panels, ErntWiny just to name the few have a special programme. It looks at the brightest students from the school, those who are sitting for the form six or form fours, and give incentives thrown to them in a way of a promise while studying to pay for their tuition fees and while they are articled or home study. These is called pruning the student from the logs and trees. The best ones are opted out right from the schools. I love this programme as this is really a good motive for the students to win the exams results and not just shine out but have the jobs in hand ready cooked.

Posted by Firozali Mulla | June 30, 2006 07:34 am

The People Who Count

The People Who Count With too few accountants to go around, companies are grabbing people wherever they can find them Microsoft’s Bill Gates cares a lot about education. So do I. but my comments are only read. The truth is many Chartered Accountants companies like PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloits, Panels, ErntWiny just to name the few have a special programme. It looks at the brightest students from the school, those who are sitting for the form six or form fours, and give incentives thrown to them in a way of a promise while studying to pay for their tuition fees and while they are articled or home study. These is called pruning the student from the logs and trees. The best ones are opted out right from the schools. I love this programme as this is really a good motive for the students to win the exams results and not just shine out but have the jobs in hand ready cooked.

Posted by Firozali Mulla | June 30, 2006 07:34 am

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