We support you in developing a lifelong career, shaping into a future leader for success. Nurturing in our young and energetic culture, there are various fun indoor and outdoor activities you will be involving in. Joining seminars and workshops with our accounting leaders to build your knowledge and skills. With a clear development path, you are sure where to heading ahead.
Buddy system and supportive culture
I’m one of the 2021 graduates. In the first few months of joining the firm, I have quickly adapted the working environment here. Each of us has been assigned a buddy, who guides me around the new environment and brings me lots of friends. I’m surprised with the flat hierarchy culture, I have no hesitation to go to my seniors for questions.
2021 intake – Cherry Tse, Associate III
Multi-cultural and teamwork fits me
With an athletics background, I feel comfortable in GCCPAL. Like in the sports world, here we have strong teamwork and bonding. We are more than working together, we share our sweats and joys from preparing QP exams, backing up each other in clients’ site, or having lunches and gatherings in office. Similar to the athletics attending international competitions, we also gain international horizons as participate in local and international engagements and interact with clients from around the world.
2020 intake – Jack Cheng, Senior Associate III
Challenges is not tough when you have teammates to work with
I was impressed on the first day of joining as there are 9 other graduates like me waiting to be called. We had the 3-day orientation together, felt like having a short course in university, we studied and get to know each other as a batch. It made me felt lucky and happy and built deep friendships since then. My biggest challenges so far should be the time when I had a 21-day quarantine period in Mainland China for a Listed Company engagement. During that time, no friends nor family could stay around me in an empty hotel. However, when I worked remotely with my laptop, my teammates were waiting for me. They gave me instant response as if we were just sitting next together as usual. They were my great mental support and I missed them so much during those 21 days. They gave me strong power to tackle challenges in my first listed company case and fought through the tough deadlines.
2020 intake – Ying Soon, Associate I
Become a better me through learning
When I was a fresh graduate, like other freshman, communicating with clients and answering enquiries are always headache because, without practical experience, you never know what will be the correct answer. Throughout these two years working in Gary Cheng CPA Limited, I gained confidence to deal with uncertainties and problems in various situations. It is a rewarding learning, the more problems I solved, the more I feel better towards myself. Of course, the answers did not come out all of a sudden, I worked out the answer with senior’s guidance and gain market best practice from our monthly technical training. I do appreciate them helping me to be a better me all these years, and I’m now enjoy to help the newbies transforming too.
2019 intake – Tracy Tsui, Senior Associate III
Think out of the box and keep innovating
Started as a graduate junior, I picked up assurance knowledge by completing various cases from different industries, from private to listed companies. Also participated in special projects for Liquidation cases, all were systematically starting from basic. After gaining understanding of the technical knowhow, the beauty of GCCPAL is allowing me to enhance current practice, to benchmark with marketing best practice, and let me on the driving seat to lead my team to work on a better way. Our firm also open for new engagements or cases, which feeds my learning needs. As growing up in the firm, I am starting from a taught mode and gradually develop to a self-learning mode. I enjoy to echo with my peers on new accounting standards, implications led by regulation changes etc. The bonus point beside surfing in the technical regime with peers, I also shape my own management style for my team. I believe I wouldn’t have these fruitful outcomes elsewhere.
2017 intake – Key Fong, Assistant Manager II
To maintain a healthy work-life balance, we will organize different kinds of activities, such as festival parties, voluntary works and relaxing workshops … etc. We strongly encourage everyone to get involved.
Seminars and Workshops
We are committed to cultivating and developing talents. We will regularly provide development and training opportunities to our staff, as to support their personal growth and career development.