I just did. Thanks for nothing, BDO. It might not be the lamest accounting firm holiday video card we’ve seen, but it ranks right up there.
Note: they are Canadian, if that makes a difference. #uglysweater pizza party over at PwC Place! Looking good @AdamWChapman #justinbieber pic.twitter.com/cznPWoq5s6 — Helen Cheng (@hellohelencheng) December 20, 2013 I'm going to go ahead and say this is awesome unless someone else would like to disagree.
Well, KPMG has officially thrown this year's holiday video card into the ring and our tipster calls it "somewhere between EY & Withum on the awful scale." As with a few other firms, it's not embeddable. I'd like to think this is some genius plan on the firms' part to keep themselves from appearing here […]
I've watched this several times since it was shared in the comments and honestly, I can't decide if it's horrible or amazing. Maybe you'll do better at figuring that out than I did. The good: it took effort to put this together, unlike some other cards we've seen that look like something I made on […]
Somewhat related but kind of a side note: when did video holiday cards become a thing? Anyway, here is Grant Thornton's entry for this holiday season. At a full 17 seconds, it clocks in as the shortest we've seen yet because ain't no one got time for a 2 minute holiday card video. Sadly, I […]
Can't embed, sorry. The McGladrey card can be found here. You will be GLAD you wasted the 30 seconds of your life clicking it.
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Hopefully this week is light for you and your cohorts, giving you some time to clean up your inboxes, hide frat party photos from your new Facebook Timeline, or finish up last minute holiday shopping. Here at GC we are already feeling the holiday hangover so luckily the email and “official” attachment below provided us with a good ol’ fashioned “WTF.”
From the mailbag:
There are rumors that pwc is planning on doing something similar [to Deloitte]. In one of the meetings with an audit team, Tim Ryan [one of your Thanksgiving Day hosts] mentioned that there would be bonuses and salary adjustments sometime in December.