More and more accountants have been approaching CABA during the last 12 months for help with getting back into work, writes CAB
A new £1bn wage subsidiary scheme for employers hiring jobless youths is likely to be funded by taxing "people with the broadest shoulders", Nick Clegg said toda
The Chartered Accountants’ Benevolent Association (CABA) has reported an increase in requests for help from unemployed acc
The Charted Accountants Benevolent Association is reporting that more jobless accountants, especially those in their 50s and 60s, are asking for help finding a new role due to there being more unem
Recruitment consultancy Robert Half has put out an upbeat statement about the jobs market despite a surprise increase in unemployment in the second quarter.
US analysts predict high unemployment rates could slow demand for tax advisers this year.
Peak figures for unemployment and personal and corporate insolvency are on the way, according to a red flag report from recovery and restructuring specialists Begbies Traynor.