White paper

Audit from anywhere: The role of remote work in evolving your practice

Now featuring best practices for managing remote audit teams

Top employees in the profession seeking greater work-life balance are beginning to disqualify potential employers based on their work-from-home policy (or lack thereof). Tax and accounting firms who are unable to adapt to remote work culture place themselves at a significant disadvantage. In this white paper, you'll find actionable tips and insights to help ensure your firm offers modern ways of working that increase efficiency and improve your bottom line.

  • Why employees need to be able to work from home
  • How a work-from-home policy helps your firm recruit and retain the best employees
  • How to establish a strong virtual infrastructure to support remote tax and accounting work
  • How to ensure collaboration amongst team members and clients virtually
  • What to consider for data security and internal protocols
  • Common misconceptions about remote work and tips for fostering work-from-home culture
  • How to identify the best remote employees
  • How to encourage a healthy work-life balance
  • How to work in a shared home environment with your children and spouse

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