The #1 challenge for the accounting industry is staffing. The Big 4 & larger firms leveraged offshore staffing to acquire and retain qualified and experienced professionals in emerging economies at a very cost effective pricing point. Yet, the small, mid-size & regional accounting firms couldn’t follow in their footsteps. This webinar delves deep into how technology has enabled remote working in the 21st century and its impact on accounting industry. Furthermore, we will deep dive into how you can gain access to a huge talent pool, how the hiring is similar to hiring any local employee and how it is not outsourcing. Moreover, we’ll cover benefits including how things work even after coming from different time-zones and how the operations can be as secure as it were from your own office.
Mike has more than 30 years of experience as a CPA. As Vice President at Entigrity Remote Staffing, he has advised 500+ accounting firms in leveraging remote working and offshore staffing for higher growth and profitability. He is also the author of “Principles of High Performance Leadership”.
Entigrity is the trusted remote (offshore) staffing partner of 500+ accounting and tax firms nationwide. With Entigrity, mid-size & regional accounting firms can hire qualified and experienced accounting professionals for positions like remote accountant, bookkeeper, tax preparers, tax auditor, etc. starting at $9/hour. You can start with one and build a team of remote staff with average savings of $50,000 to $80,000/year/employee.
In addition, the small accounting firms get the flexibility to scale up the working hours during season & scale down outside the season in with weekly hiring options of 10 | 20 | 30 | 40 hours/week. Moreover, if your requirements are not fixed and may keep varying from time to time, we have our On-Demand Staffing Model especially created for sole practitioners and small firms.
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