Alex Miller suggests 13 major traits that employers will be expecting from trainees in 2013.
Alex Miller looks back at a traumatic year in the world of football and wonders what British clubs will learn from the financial dramas.
Alex Miller takes a look at why both employers and academics place such emphasis on the ability of trainees to pass their exams at the first time of asking.
As a new generation prepares to enter the profession, Alex Miller takes a look at the career paths ahead of them, and the skills new accountants are going to need.
UEFA withholds prize money of 23 European clubs as it demonstrates it means business with regards to policing its Financial Fair Play (FFP) Rules. Alex Miller reports.
Alex Miller asks tutors at BPP and LSBF whether accountancy exams have fallen prey to grade inflation, or have become harder in recent years.
With the new season about to kick off, Alex Miller looks at the financial issues affecting the game and assesses which clubs are best placed to stay competitive in the long term.
Many recruitment companies would agree with the sentiment that in the current tough jobs market, the majority of their clients value first time passes in trainees more than ever before.
It is that time of year when the countdown to exam results is in full flow for many. But for those of you who have sat (and hopefully passed) all exams now, there are a number of careers-based
Failing an exam is an unwanted fact of life for many students. But if you should find yourself in that unenviable position, don’t panic.