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December 1, 2022

#WhatsNext: Accounting Firms and Dress Codes

Last month, we debuted #WhatsNext, a co-production of Thriveal and Going Concern. These are live discussions about the future of the accounting profession featuring Jason Blumer, Greg Kyte and myself.

Today we're discussing dress codes — are they important? Are they not? What's the deal? It's been a bit of contentious topic early in 2016, so we figured it's best to bring it up while everyone's still griping about it.

You can the watch the whole thing live below or jump on Blab to comment, ask questions, etc. during the show. A playback will be available after the broadcast. As always, drop us a line if there's a topic you want us to cover in the future.

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