September 26, 2022

How Are Auditors Handling the Start of Busy Season?

How’s everyone surviving their first Monday of the new year so far? Today is a double whammy for our auditor friends. Not only is it the first official workday of 2021 after holiday break but it’s also the start of the grueling marathon that is busy season.

I went on Twitter to see how auditors were coping with the grind that awaits. One had a bad case of the Sunday scaries last night:

Auditors’ tweets today range from half-hearted motivation, to kissing their social lives goodbye, to comparing busy season to fighting a lion, to already wanting to quit their job:

https://twitter.com/aworkman14/status/1345966557621604352

https://twitter.com/lilyafuentes/status/1346141394558218241

 

Hang in there, everyone.

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