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Our Friday Wrap-Up: What You May Have Missed This Week

Jun 5th 2015
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Going Concern:Did KPMG Flop as FIFA’s Auditor?
The FIFA scandal may be ridiculous, but now a Big 4 firm appears to be caught in the tentacles of it, which further demonstrates its depth and reach.

Open Items:Name some obscure accounting careers
I found some pretty obscure options: zoo accountant, movie accountant, and sports accountant. Anyone else know of other random ones? Or met anyone who held these positions?

The Queen’s AccountingWEB: How to become a business mentor
Mike Foster takes a look at the changing role of accountants and bookkeepers, and the move into business mentoring.

BusinessZone:Eight tips for better Twitter engagement
If you’re using a brand profile for your business on Twitter, it’s likely you’ll have come up against issues when trying to engage your target audience. Rachael Power looks at how to get valuable follows and engagements.

HRZone:The impact of big data on HR strategy
Meredith Amdur writes that HR professionals are more frequently being called on to use big data in their everyday workflow.

MyCustomer:Why it’s time for customer service and HR to buddy up
Jo Causon, CEO of the Institute of Customer Service, explains why service can no longer go it alone.

TrainingZone:How to deal with difficult people
They’re everywhere, but they don’t have to be viewed with such trepidation, writes Gary Wyles.


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