Despite popular assumptions about the “face of finance,” inclusion practices and diversity in public accounting have become increasingly central to many firms’ core values. Firms that have committed to diversity are viewed more favorably in the consumer landscape. Plus, they also get the qualitative and quantitative in-office benefits of a diverse workforce. However, even firms may encounter challenges when it comes to hiring a diverse workforce. Systemic inequality in the university and recruiting systems are top contributors. So how are firms overcoming these challenges? One first step is to outsource diversity to Makosi. As you read on you’ll find: A…
Makosi, A Company Dedicated to The Future of Public Accounting, Helps Clients Stay Ahead of Rapidly Changing Financial Landscapes with Revolutionary Talent Solutions
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | April 21 2020 —Makosi, a technology backed talent platform, is doing more than matching candidates to jobs: they’re revolutionizing public accounting workforce strategy while providing a life-changing experience to their auditors and tax professionals.
For too long, HR managers have been limited to two choices: hiring temporary staff or growing the company’s full-time employee base. The team behind Makosi believes there’s a better way. Their “third path” model creates a flexible talent pool that’s easily scalable and can reduce current recruitment cycles from a market average of 90 days to just a few hours.
“Utilizing technology, revolutionary workforce strategy, and a healthy amount of hard work, we have been able to deliver over a decade of game-changing solutions for audit and tax firms around the world.” Said CEO, Darren Isaacs.
By leveraging a global talent pool, Makosi’s clients have access to highly qualified and motivated auditors and tax teams that can be deployed on-demand, making this an ideal tool for turbulent market conditions.
Makosi is also deeply dedicated to social responsibility. Each participant is required to take part in a social responsibility project—from building schools to repopulating freshwater fish in developing countries.
This year, Makosi had over 1,000 highly-qualified auditors and tax professionals apply to their programs. And they expect that number to continue to grow. By using Makosi’s services, audit firms and public accounting offices are finding a creative way to manage workforce gaps, execute labor-intensive projects, and improve workflow, all on-demand.
Makosi recruits and deploys an international pool of audit seniors to auditing firms and public accounting firms across the country.