Stereotypes Of Working For Non-U.S. Owned Companies In The United States
Understandably, working for a non-U.S. owned company in the United States is very different than working for a U.S. owned company. Having experience with these types of companies, we have observed various negative and positive stereotypes they face when trying to attract top talent in the U.S. Read Stephanie Gilmartin’s latest article to find out what they are.
The vast array of talent available, combined with the unique flexibility the Talent Economy can offer, fundamentally optimizes tax department’s consulting budgets in ways that were inconceivable before. Learn more about how the tax profession is transitioning from the gig to the Talent Economy in Tony Santiago's latest article, The Gig Is Up.
"Because tax leaders don’t have a blueprint to work from like when replacing headcount, it is imperative they do as much due diligence as possible before they go to market to avoid the risk of not attracting the talent needed, or not retaining the individuals for these roles long-term." In Natalie Santiago's latest article, she uncovers what tax leaders need to know before going to market for newly created roles. Read More!
Top 5 Fundamental Questions to Ask When Interviewing With a Foreign-Owned Company
With an evolving tax world, we are seeing many candidates considering employment with foreign-owned entities. Stephanie’s latest article offers 5 questions candidates should keep in mind when interviewing with those types of companies.
They say no good deed goes unpunished… While stimulus packages were absolutely a good deed, it is time to pay the piper and it appears the tax industry is the one being charged. The debt incurred post COVID-19 became insurmountable as unemployment rates reached record breaking numbers. Government agencies have been forced to stimulate the economy at unprecedented levels and tax must now deal with two major ramifications. There is however a silver lining.
Many tax departments are beginning to consider hiring for permanent remote roles. Adam Golden’s latest article examines 3 topics that should be discussed with the candidate to ensure proper vetting and a successful long-term fit.