There’s no doubt that we’re all struggling in today’s volatile employment market. Low unemployment, market conditions, the “great reshuffle” and “quiet quitting” are just a few of the issues that have completely reshaped the way potential employees approach the process of finding a job. More value has been placed on diverse workplaces, flexibility, feeling valued, culture, expanded benefits, and more.
Late in 2022, UHY conducted its annual Middle Market Survey and asked business owners to identify areas where they plan invest more in employee development. The top three include enhancing recruiting, increasing compensation, and upskilling the workforce.
We explored these trends and shared recruiting and retention strategies to help you remain competitive as we move through 2023.
Amy Gallagher | Managing Director | UHY Resource Solutions
Amy has more than two decades of experience in talent acquisition and project resource management. She and her team provide professional level, hands on interim accounting and finance project resources and direct hire placement services. Supporting hundreds of corporations and a myriad of accounting and finance related challenges, she has a proven ability to identify, deploy and manage consultants to support tactical to strategic, mission critical projects.
Stephanie Rosenbaum | Managing Director | UHY Resource Solutions
Stephanie specializes in both providing upper-level and executive accounting and finance support to companies with interim and permanent placement needs, as well as generating new assurance, tax, and consulting clients within the region. She has more than 15 years of development and recruiting experience in the finance and accounting industry.
Kent Cornell | Managing Director | UHY Resource Solutions
Kent has more than 40 years of public accounting experience and has been the firm’s Midwest Region practice leader for the Resource Solutions Group for most of his career. He specializes in finding upper-level accounting and finance support for companies with their interim needs.