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Staff retention at the heart of advisory drive

Accounting firm Ernst & Young is prioritising staff retention as an area of focus for its business advisory services in Western Australia, having recently transferred senior partner and head of the company’s national people advisory business, Bill Farrell, to the Perth office.

It’s part of a move to provide more ground-level support to clients in WA, many of which face major retention issues and whose businesses are critical to Ernst & Young’s local growth.

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