You are reading part one, of a four part blog series I will be doing to explain the steps our firm’s Executive Committee took to speak to the millennial generation. Also known as Generation Y, Millennials are defined by researchers as those who vary in age, having birth years ranging from early 1980’s to the early 2000’s, Millennials represent more than 75 million people today and are making their mark on the business world as avid entrepreneurs and savvy professionals. They’re confident, creative and extremely comfortable with technology, and now we are learning to leverage their talents.
This morning, for reasons associated primarily with the time change that occurred this weekend, it was lighter outside my window as my second alarm rang to get me going. After all, it was Monday morning and I needed to be heading off to work. It helped that the sun was shining on the bright leaves still clinging to the trees, and the frosty ground crisp and white would soon warm up to the 60 degree weather that has been promised to us this coming week.
As we near the end of busy season, for many it’s a time to a take a break and get a much needed rest with time off for vacation with family and friends. Others will be planning ahead to attend professional continuing education programs (CPE) to gain specialized industry training and skills.
March Madness may have a different meaning in the accounting world. There are tight deadlines to meet, clients to call back, and 4/15 is staring us down. However, at TeamDKB we try to embrace the spirit of March Madness. Deadlines to meet and clients to call back means we are busy and have the opportunity to continue providing great client service, which is always positive! We also try to have a little fun along the way!
TeamDKB spent a Friday night together at the Blue Cross Arena, joining a crowd of more than 7,000 to watch the Rochester Amerks play the Portland Pirates ending in a 2-1 overtime victory for our home team.