When salary is fixed and the perks are what a Gen Xer would like but maybe not a millennial (i.e., catered lunches, unlimited paid time off, yoga hour), how does an audit shop change their philosophy to cater to the younger crew? Below we explore different ways to motivate a millennial auditor.
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