Accounting Influencers Roundtable


What Works for Accountants to Decrease Labor Intensity

Episode 44. In today’s practical episode, “What Works for Accountants to Decrease Labor Intensity.”

Key takeaways from this episode include:

✓ the dangers of partners doing work that the juniors should be doing in an accounting practice

✓ ways to alleviate overwhelm and stress for more experiences professionals in accounting

✓ the importance of taking recruitment strategy seriously in a successful accounting practice

✓ the critical factor that accounting firms must get right to be les overloaded and more efficient

✓ the secrets to doing less work for more money in an accounting practice

✓ the dangers of not having a ‘minimum fee level’ for partners and senior staff in accountancy firms

✓ what accountants hate doing the most which traps them into doing lower level work

✓ what accounting firm leaders need to focus on to avoid labor intensity issues and stop senior people doing junior tasks


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