Being an international network of independent members firms is tricky sometimes.
Sorry, winter interns -- it's just that we've been, ya know, busy.
You have questions, we have questionable answers.
Think of the most miserable person you know. And then imagine that every time you're at lunch with that person there's a hair in their food. And then imagine that a strange dog poops in their front yard every day. These people are way worse than that.
According to responses thus far on Vault's annual Accounting Survey (which you can take here if you haven't already), it appears as though the largest 100 accounting firms are pretty darn gay friendly:
Aren't some of you going without food and power already?
And new business cards too!
If you hate your job, it's clearly because you don't work for one of Accounting Today's "100 Best Firms to Work For." Every year they come out with this list, and every year it bugs the hell out of me.
Timesheets, billing rates, and chargeable goals still piss me off. I haven't tracked my time for three years, but thinking about it is like thinking about that time I ate some bad salami. I'm probably not going to puke now, but I probably did back then.
The client service must go on!