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Jen Wilson Receives 2017 Most Powerful Women in Accounting Recognition by CPA Practice Advisor

Jennifer Wilson, Partner and Co-founder, has been recognized by CPA Practice Advisor as one of the 2017 Most Powerful Women in Accounting. To learn more about or to see the full list of recipients, click here.

 

 


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Jen Wilson Named to the Accounting Today 2017 Top 100 List

Congratulations to Partner and Co-founder, Jennifer Wilson, for being named by Accounting Today as one of the 2017 Top 100 Most Influential in Accounting. To learn more about the Accounting Today Top 100 list, click here.

 

 

 


Jennifer Wilson Named one of the Most Recommended Consultants by INSIDE Public Accounting

Congratulations to Partner and Co-founder, Jennifer Wilson, for being named by INSIDE Public Accounting as one of the most recommended consultants to public accounting firms across the nation. To learn more, click here.

 

 


Jen Wilson on “Who is the Ideal Emerging Leader in Accounting Firms Today”

Jennifer Wilson explores what the next gen leader looks like with the IFAC Global Knowledge Gateway.


Jen Wilson and Tamera Loerzel featured in Accounting Today’s monthly HR Helpline


Partner and Co-founder, Jennifer Wilson and Partner, Tamera Loerzel answer questions from firms on HR matters in Accounting Today’s The HR Helpline. Ask your HR question today by visiting the HR Helpline here.

 


Feedback From the Source: What Young Professionals Really Want


INSIDE Public Accounting and ConvergenceCoaching have released results of an extensive survey that was sent to young accounting professionals aged 21-40. Here is some of what you will find inside the report:

  • 80% of respondents were from the all-important Millennial generation, aged 21-33, with 20% coming from the 34-40 age group. Male and female respondents were about evenly split at 51% and 49%, respectively.
  • The importance of work/life balance, flexibility, clarity of their growth path and more are explored.
  • Key differences are outlined for CPAs and Non-CPAs; men and women; younger and older professionals; and for respondents with varying levels of experience.

Download the executive summary and order your copy here

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