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Audit inventory-checks are not just about counting. They will get you to places you normally have no chance of seeing

Inventory-checks. For auditors, they are one of the major tasks of their work. Does that not sound very engaging? Well, it depends on the point of view. Have you ever visited an operating theatre without undergoing surgery? Have you ever seen ink-stained banknotes? Auditors have. In their work, they visit places that ordinary "mortals" do not even dream of. Read about non-traditional inventories that have brought our auditors unforgettable experiences. 

30. 7. 2021
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Audit in FSI: Take a sneak peek at large financial institutions, you will improve your data analysis or other skills

Kateřina Veselá has been working as an Analyst at FSI (Financial Services Industry), which is predominantly responsible for the audit of banks, leasing companies, building societies, funds and other financial institutions, for almost a year. “I joined FSI because I have always been interested in investments and the world of finance in general and wanted to gain a better understanding of these issues. I was no accounting expert and learned many things as I went along,” says Katka, appreciating her colleagues’ willingness to help at any time. 

29. 6. 2021
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Deloitte Snowball: a programme for new audit joiners, where experience grows faster than a rolling snowball

Mere knowledge of theory is seldom sufficient in practice. Starting practice without knowledge of theory may easily become a nightmare. At Deloitte, we know this. That is why we have arranged a two-month Snowball training course for beginners, in which they will learn everything that fresh auditors cannot do without. In addition to many tech hacks, knowledge of accounting and audit methodology and their application in practice, they will also try dealing with the client. The obtained experience will help them prepare for unexpected situations and problems and make it easier for them to enter the world of audit. 

14. 1. 2021
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An Interview with Diana Rádl Rogerová, Deloitte Managing Partner

Diana started working for Deloitte at a time when there were only about 50 employees, computers were not part of standard equipment in the offices, and working for the Big Four was a dream job. She built her career on the fact that she has never been afraid to ask and admit mistakes and she has always put her family first. All these factors helped her become the first woman ever to be leading Deloitte. What is Diana Rádl Rogerová like? 

20. 3. 2019
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“I had just become pregnant when I was nominated for the directors’ panel. I had not expected such flexibility. I had not expected to continue to be nominated given that I was pregnant. I thought they would stop the entire process,” says Tereza Kavan Klimešová in recalling 2012, when she became a Tax & Legal Director at Deloitte. From then on, she managed to take one more maternity leave, work part-time, strengthen the position of the Japanese Desk and achieve the ultimate goal: this year, she became a Partner. 

11. 6. 2018
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Deloitte Has Five New Partners… Meet DANIELA HYNŠTOVÁ

Can you imagine working at one and the same firm right out of college? You gradually climb up the career ladder, work on significant engagements and clients and manage your own teams until one day you reach the highest goal – you become a Partner. Only one thing comes to your mind then: Is it not a bit of a stereotype after 16 years? “I barely recognise this word at Deloitte,” says Daniela Hynštová, a new Deloitte Partner managing audits of financial institutions, smiling. “Given that you frequently change positions, and in Audit this occurs almost on an annual basis, your responsibilities change and so do your roles.” 

5. 6. 2018