October 3, 2022

LOL recruiters

Turnover at Deloitte Must Be Pretty Bad If They’re Trying to Recruit People They Kicked to the Curb a Year Ago

A screenshot of a LinkedIn post by an ex-Deloitte employee made its way to our inbox this morning: BTW, this person is currently employed and no longer works in public accounting. Now that people are voluntarily leaving the Big 4 en masse, desperate times call for desperate measures, I guess. Related articles: Layoff Watch ’20: […]

PwC Tried to Recruit a Former Auditor Who Is Suing Them So Don’t Ever Sweat Burning Bridges Again

When it comes time to think about leaving public accounting, which happens for 99% of public accountants except for those brave and oddly-programmed individuals who are cut out for the partner track, one of the foremost considerations in any exasperated public accountant’s mind is: how can I do this without burning bridges? From the time […]

The Seattle Armanino Office Is Getting Creative With Their Recruiting Efforts

According to this r/accounting post, OP recently passed the CPA exam and their colleagues decorated the office to celebrate. It seems the cunning folks at the Armanino office across the way spotted the decorations and went in for the kill. To quote a commenter in the thread, “Fuckin recruiters these days man.” For those of […]

Scott Vetere

University of Michigan to Ex-KPMG Recruiter: ‘Keep Your Horny Ass Off Campus’

Last month, we met Scott Vetere, a 39-year-old father of three from Michigan who made a name for himself in collegiate sports in the late ’90s and early 2000s before that legacy was trumped by a series of poor choices and a little bit of hot car sex this year. In case you need a […]

Recruiters Attempting to Recruit People Who Work at McGladrey to Work at McGladrey

McGladrey doesn't have a very good reputation when it comes to recruiting, mostly because they can be so enthusiastically obnoxious about it. But this latest snafu is so awkward — even for McGladrey — that we wonder if they don't do this stuff on purpose. Guys, you need a new recruiting firm. One that, like, […]