EY is doing something about the shortage of young Black, Latino, Asian and Native American accountants. The firm is investing more than $1.5 million in a master's program to develop and hold on to this talent.
During a live webcast, a panel of executives will discuss the findings of a multi-company think tank convened by EY to explore leading practices on LGBT inclusion in the corporate sector.
With a global war for talent heating up, Ernst & Young's leaders are proactively developing future accounting professionals at both the student and educator level.
Blacks are less than 5 percent of new hires in CPA firms and even fewer current employees. How do accounting firms succeed at attracting more Blacks, helping them become CPAs and enabling them to become leaders?
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