Wednesday | March 29 | 12 PM CT
Presenter: Rocco Lueck, D’Youville University
Accountants and financial professionals have been in high demand in recent years. The unexpected COVID-19 pandemic resulted in some accountants and financial professionals retiring from the industry. The latest college graduation rates show a decline in students graduating with an accounting degree.
Many more employers are competing for the same accounting talent in the current labor market. Candidates, especially those with accounting degrees and experience, have options. What are companies doing to recruit accountants to their organizations? What are companies doing to retain accountants in their organizations?
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This webinar will share some ideas and insights about labor supply, inflation, wages, and how organizations can plan a recruitment and retention strategy around the current market. Join us and walk away being able to:
- Define and explain inflation
- Compare the relationship of wages to inflation
- Describe the total compensation mix
- Understand market demand and supply for labor
- Assess your own internal organization strategies for recruiting
- Demonstrate ways to retain qualified employees
ROCCO LUECK, PROFESSOR AT D’YOUVILLE UNIVERSITY
Dr. Rocco Lueck, Assistant Professor at D’Youville University’s Department of Business Administration, develops and teaches courses in Economics, Financial and Managerial Accounting, Financial Management, and Corporate Finance. With a focus on foreign direct investment, employment, and macro-policy recommendations, Dr. Lueck has presented his work at various academic conferences and has published research relating to international economics and policy.
MHC Automation is registered with IOFM as a sponsor of continuing education credit for any Accounts Payable or Procure-to-Pay Certification. These certifications are designed to establish standards for the profession and recognize accounts payable and procure-to-pay professionals who, by possessing related work experience and passing a comprehensive exam, have met stringent requirements for mastering the financial operations body of knowledge. IOFM holds final authority on the acceptance of individual courses.