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Clark Schaefer Hackett’s Training and Work-Life Balance Highlighted in OSCPA Videos

December 3, 2015

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Clark Schaefer Hackett (CSH) was recently featured in two videos produced by the Ohio Society of CPAs (OSCPA). The videos highlight CSH initiatives designed to develop and retain high-performing employees.

One video centers on CSH’s onboarding and training programs, and specifically, The CSH Way – the firm’s guide to creating remarkable client relationships and delivering excellent service. CSH’s commitment to robust onboarding, career development, and employee engagement is what helps the firm continue to grow and prosper.

Another video highlights how CSH strives to provide practical work-life balance for its employees. This firmwide ideology is illustrated through an interview with Neil Steffens, an employee in CSH’s tax division. Neil’s dream as a member of The Ohio State University’s marching band was to “dot the i” during the band’s classic “Ohio” formation performed during football games. Although Neil had graduated and was working for CSH, he was still a member of the band, and the firm provided Neil with the flexibility to manage his workload while still attending band practice so he could achieve his personal goal.

Both videos are part of the OSCPA’s series on the “workplace of the future” — demonstrating how the accounting profession is changing, as well as what firms and businesses are doing to attract and retain talent.

Watch the “higher level of onboarding” video.

Watch the “dotting the ‘i’ in accounting” video.

 


Clark Schaefer Hackett is a Top 100 CPA and advisory firm offering expertise in audit and assurance, tax, business consulting, risk management, valuations, transaction assistance, and more. But we’re more than a list of services. Our goal is to build remarkable relationships The CSH Way – by delivering trust, guidance, outcomes and vision – to help strengthen organizations.

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