While I was on the road last week, a thread from r/accounting dropped into my inbox: Big 4 Bay Area office thought it would be a good idea to screw seniors with one of the worst raises since 2008.
Now that it's fall, many public accounting professionals have been rewarded for all the hard work they put in last year. Some people are happy, some people are sad and everyone is still thinking, "I don't get paid enough for this shit."
If you're a college student studying accounting, prepare your gloat face.
Just as soon as we put of up the EY compensation thread, tipsters out of Deloitte started crowing for theirs, including this one:
It's unfortnate that we don't hear more news about Crowe Horwath.
Wayne wants you to be happy.
Early July is usually when compensation discussions start for the denizens of RSM, fka McGladrey, fka McGladrey & Pullen, fka RSM McGladrey (a division of H&R Block).
As you may have heard, the Obama administration announced new rules this past week that will make millions of salaried workers eligible for overtime:
Hey gang, remember a couple years ago when PwC acquired Booz & Company? Remember how we all hoped the new firm would be named something fun like Boozerhouse or BoozeCoop or Company?
Partners at accounting firms probably have a hunch about why women don't stick around, but that hunch is probably wrong: