Rhode Island Society of CPA's (RISCPA) Highlights KLR's Employee Training ProgramNovember 03, 2012
At KLR, an emphasis on formalized training is in every aspect of the firm's operation
New England – November 2012 – Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co., Ltd. (KLR), one of New England’s largest CPA and business-consulting firms, was recently interviewed on their employee training program by the RISCPA and included in their article: “The More They Learn, The Longer They Stay”
At KLR, an emphasis on formalized training is evident in virtually every aspect of the firm’s operation, but perhaps most notably through such initiatives as the Emerging Leaders Academy and KLR University. At KLR, the concept of continuous professional training is embraced as invaluable to its employees, as well as clients. The economic climate and the very role of an accounting professional, said Claire M. Iacobucci, CPA, Shareholder and Director of Audit Services, demand as much.”
About the Society:
Society of Certified Public Accountants is the statewide professional membership association exclusively for CPAs. RISCPA has a current membership of 1,800 individuals in public practice, in business and industry, in government, and in education. The Society is led by a 13-member Board of Directors, which includes five officers and 8 directors. The Certified Public Accounting profession serves the public interest and the free enterprise system. RISCPA was formed in 1905.