Let's get personnel

Cohn, Michael
August 1997
Accounting Technology;Aug97, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p39
Trade Publication
Discusses how human resources consulting can bring lucrative contracts and software sales to accounting firms. Concerns on meeting client needs; Compliance expertise; Tracking of employees for the business; Need for companies to gain subject matter knowledge of particular solutions for human resources. INSETS: Human resources knowledge necessary.;Web benefits..


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