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Senior Systems Administrator - Cloud

Aicpa Durham, NC

Ensure the availability of all computing systems services for the AICPA by: 1) providing advanced technical support for cloud services across private… Aicpa

30+ days ago

Analyst - Product Development

Aicpa Durham, NC

The Product Development Analyst works collaboratively and cross-functionally with subject matter experts, the content development team, learning… Aicpa

16 days ago

Financial Analyst

Aicpa Durham, NC

Work with assigned business units (i.e. Information Technology and Facilities) to establish annual capital budgets and subsequent forecasts… Aicpa

2 days ago

Administrative Assistant – new

Aicpa Washington, DC

Provides administrative support to a team within the CAQ, and assists the Operations team with aspects of office management Reports To: Senior… Aicpa

24 days ago


Aicpa Durham, NC

Perform accounting functions including monthly close journal entries, account reconciliations, financial reporting and analyses, audit support as… Aicpa

30+ days ago

Digital Publishing Specialist

Aicpa Durham, NC

The Digital Publishing Specialist is responsible for analyzing, transforming, and enriching the presentation of the wide-spectrum of AICPA ML&C… Aicpa

30+ days ago

Senior Analyst - Market Intelligence

Aicpa Durham, NC

Plan, support and execute market research and market intelligence projects for the AICPA. Contribute to operational excellence by providing… Aicpa

30+ days ago

Communications Manager

Aicpa New York, NY

Creates multichannel information and marketing strategies to build awareness of the AICPA’s leadership, initiatives and programs, across multiple… Aicpa

30+ days ago

Technical Manager - Management Accounting (CPA)

Aicpa Durham, NC

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants is the national, professional association of CPAs, with approximately 386,000 members… Aicpa

30+ days ago

Senior Technical Manager - AUD Section

Aicpa Ewing, NJ

Overall responsibility as business owner for a section (“Section”) of the Uniform CPA Examination. The Senior Technical Manager (STM) understands the… Aicpa

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    Unfortunately, things have changed in Durham

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Durham, NC (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Durham, NC (US)

    I have been working at AICPA full-time (more than 8 years)


    • The AICPA is very good at promoting and advancing the CPA profession
    • Good benefits
    • Great co-workers
    • Opportunity for advancement if you are patient and understand the political dynamics
    • Flexible work schedules
    • Nice and secure office buildings
    • Staff diversity


    • Overall culture has been on a steady decline for the past few years and doesn't appear to be improving
    • Pay is below average
    • You are expected to check and respond to emails at night and on weekends, which degrades your work-life balance
    • The environment is highly political among senior level staff where narcissism is common
    • The lack of training and development for staff and management causes a lot of confusion and mistakes
    • Employees are paralyzed by senior management and not allowed to make decisions
    • The focus is solely on generating revenue instead of supporting customer base and staff development
    • Senior management consistently over-commits, which puts the staff in unnecessary high pressure situations and this appears to be due to either a lack of respect for individual contributors and lower management or bad judgement
    • Favoritism is rampant and this inequality is evident to all staff, which causes mistrust and low morale
    • Staff is quickly threatened, oppressed, and placed on performance plans when a mistake or misunderstanding occurs instead of being trained and mentored (leadership by instilling fear)
    • High turnover of valuable and longstanding employees is evident of a deteriorating culture
    • There is a lack of coordination and trust between teams, which causes unnecessarily confusion and rework

    Once you are in the environment for a while, you will begin to see the patterns. The culture has turned due to bad judgement, poor leadership, lack of accountability, and the blame game. This has been going on for some time and will continue until new leadership is introduced and instills a different philosophy. Working at the AICPA is what you make it. There are good things and there certainly are bad things. I'm looking for a new opportunity and I hear that most others are doing the same.

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    Stay out of the weeds and learn to trust your staff.

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