I suppose if public accounting firms were looking to brand their employees, offering them a 15%-no-questions-asked raise would be the way to do it:
With an average starting salary of $53,300, the class of 2013 might have to endure some envious snipes from their Class of '12 co-workers:
Today, there are a lot of dazed tax interns walking around, wondering what happened to the last three months of their lives.
This is the PwCiest PwC thing to date.
Good news for the internal auditors out there -- a study by the IIA found that more of you are getting raises; the bad news is they also found that the raises aren't quite as handsome as they used to be:
Happy times are here again.
HUGE opportunity here, people.
All that pent up rage...you can release it here.
After sending out a few fluffer posts in July to get everyone worked up, we've heard from a couple of people who had their compensation discussions today.
As the Black and Yellow comp conversations continue this week, we have some news to share with regards to the firm's bonus structure.