A Look Back and Forward
What makes you #AuditorProud? Whether you're a veteran auditor or just starting out share your thoughts with us on how the auditing profession has evolved and where it's headed. Then check back on 09/26 #AuditorProud day as we share your responses.
About Last Year- #AuditorProud Day 2018
In the meantime check out last year's celebration themed 'debunking audit myths.'
Audit Myth: Auditors are Not People-Persons
Sure, audits involve working with numbers and documents. But there’s an equally important human element, too.
“The best part about auditing is that you get to be with people, work with them, and develop a true sense of team. If I’m not physically in front of people, I’m on the phone talking through something, and that something varies minute by minute.” - Brad Caruso, Partner at Withum, New York
“I went into this profession in order to be around people. I like that I am part of a firm that the staff feels comfortable to come in my office to ask questions or share their experiences.”- Michael Kowler, Partner, Buchbinder Tunick & Company LLP, Washington, D.C.
Audit Myth: They’re at Home on the Range
Auditing gets an undeserved bad rap that you never leave your desk.
"I am usually strapped in an airplane getting ready to visit a firm. We want to ensure that all of our new products support working from anywhere, anytime, and any device to improve client and team collaboration and maximize efficiencies,” - Cathy Rowe, Product Director, Wolters Kluwer
“I’m not stuck at my desk at all. I’ve been able to travel to many places working on attest engagements, and seeing my clients’ operations is the most fascinating part of the audit process.” - Bryce Gibbs, Principal, K·Coe Isom, Chico, Calif