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9 days ago

Manager - Support Services

Aicpa Durham, NC

Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Information Technology Service Center (ITSC) to resolve technology issues and provision services in… Aicpa


2 days ago

Producer / Director – new

Aicpa Durham, NC

The Producer / Director – Multimedia will create original, engaging multimedia content to support the AICPA’s key strategic initiatives and oversee… Aicpa


18 days ago

Web Events Production Assistant - Temporary

Aicpa Durham, NC

• Perform assigned web event setup steps such as uploading webcast media and materials… Aicpa


16 days ago

Manager, Exams Compliance (iARC)

Aicpa Ewing, NJ

The Manager – Exams Compliance (EC) works directly with the Senior Manager – Exams Compliance to effectively support and execute work within the CPA… Aicpa


4 days ago

Senior Technical Manager - Specialized Content Development (CPA)

Aicpa Durham, NC

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants is the national, professional association of CPAs, with more than 400,000 members, including… Aicpa


18 days ago

Specialist, Accounts Receivable - Temporary

Aicpa Durham, NC

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants is the national, professional association of CPAs, with more than 400,000 members, including… Aicpa


20 days ago

Manager – International Affairs

Aicpa Durham, NC

Be an integral part of the AICPA’s International Affairs’ team and help it implement its strategy and represent the US accountancy profession outside… Aicpa


18 days ago

Internal Audit Risk & Compliance - Internal Audit Intern - Spring

Aicpa Durham, NC

The purpose of the Internal Audit Intern position is to assist the Internal Audit team in carrying out its mission. The Internal Audit Department’s… Aicpa


25 days ago

Manager - Competitive Intelligence

Aicpa Durham, NC

The Senior Analyst - Competitive Intelligence will actively support AICPA’s strategic efforts by providing objective, in-depth information about the… Aicpa


9 days ago

Temporary Administrative Assistant - Academic Initiatives

Aicpa Durham, NC

Support academic focused programs and initiatives. Manage the administrative support function of existing initiatives to encourage educators to… Aicpa


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    Worst Employee Friendly Organization EVER

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Durham, NC
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Durham, NC

    I have been working at AICPA full-time

    Pros

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    Cons

    Management cares zero about employees. For example: today was the annual Holiday Party. The only dish served was a sliver of roasted pork … great meal for vegetarians, Jews, etc. The appetizers were cheese and crackers and they didn't add more when the first batch was gone. May seem like small things, but when you experience employees being minimized day in and day out you would think management would get their heads out of their (you know) for one day a year and treat employees well. The head honchos have the audacity to speak at the party about what a great year it was and how we should all be proud. Let's see … 2% raises across the board, no bonuses, and we have to work on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve … they are either the biggest idiots in the world or the biggest narcissists. Either way, they are horrible at employee retention. Don't even get me started on the VP that brought a bag of candy corn to a team pot luck, didn't talk to any of the team, ate and then left. Stay classy! A coworker from HR recently left. I asked if the HR bosses knew how bad it was in the organization. Her response, "I don't think they care to."

    And nobody cares about funny videos at years end when morale is probably higher for death row inmates … at least the inmates get treated like human beings.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Fire yourselves without severance. Or, treat employees like valued personnel, give real raises, and try giving a couple extra days off around the holidays. Little things like that go a long way.

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