Re: Accounting Firm Audit Methodology vs. Technical Writing Research Styles
I've just secured a contract to hire position with a...
moderately sized accounting firm who does a great deal
of risk management consulting by auditing a firm's
internal controls, IT department, SOX compliance, etc.
I secured the job based on my IT background,
experience documenting accounting/financial processes,
SOX experience, and research background.
Does anyone have any experience with accounting firms
and/or audit companies that can describe the
differences I can expect?
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