February 19, 2016
San Francisco Partner-in-Charge Hugh Tama discussed the growth of Marcum’s professional team with the San Francisco Business Times.
By Adam Steinhauer
The Bay Area's booming tech industry has made for more companies with books to audit and management teams to consult, and expanded the need for outside advice on topics like cybersecurity and digital marketing strategy.
The national accounting firm Marcum LLP offers commissions to employees who refer job candidates that the firm hires, said Hugh Tama, partner-in-charge in San Francisco. Those commissions vary, depending on the level of position filled, and range as high as $10,000 for a CPA.
"We're constantly adding people," he said. "I'm sure you're aware of how tight the market is in the Bay Area, so even when we get staffed up to the level we want to be, you're always looking. Good people are just such a limited commodity right now."