McGladrey Is Ringing the Dinner Bell

This just in:

Just wanted to let you know that there will be a McGladrey webcast from Joe Adams tomorrow. 

Last time we checked in with McGladrey, they were experiencing technical difficulties that drew the concern of many employees. Luckily, it was all a mix-up and things have, as far as we know, returned to normal. Such a shock – even a temporary one – to employee morale could have lasting effects and Joe Adams is probably going to address this in tomorrow's chat, so we'll look forward to hear how he does this. 

In the off-chance that we're wrong about the topics discussed, it's conceivable that the webcast may address things like the firm's CPA credential policy that was recently changed or to inform you that your incessant bellyaching will not work as a negotiating tactic for bonuses this year.

If you've got other ideas about what the subject matter might be, feel free to speculate below and keep us updated tomorrow.

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