How About a Vacation Bonus?

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Last week, we learned that Grant Thornton was jumping on the lavishly
generous benefits bandwagon.
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How About a Vacation Bonus?
Last week, we learned that Grant Thornton was
jumping on the lavishly generous benefits bandwagon. The GC peanut gallery
crowed cynicism as usual, but my own skepticism came with a suggestion:
paid paid time-off!
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I bet PwC's top brass purposely stuck in that
anecdote into Mr. Freedman's obituary, in order to improve retention. "See?
Even people who become chairman had to endure this bullcrap"
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So simple, an auditor can do it

"Among other things, he issued audits that
'were often the product of high school graduates hired with little or no
education or experience in accounting or auditing.' "
That's not much different than regular audits really :)
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That's refreshing!

I have no issues with staffers blowing
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