Accountants who fail to keep a strong grasp of soft skills look set to lose £4,700 of salary a year.
The end of the financial year presents career development and pay review discussions. Finola McManus looks at the ways a practice can motivate employees.
Having a degree can open many doors and makes you more employable, but as some graduates have found, that first job out of university can be elusive.
Just because you don’t have an accountancy qualification (yet) doesn’t mean you cannot aspire to practice excellence.
Accountants need more than just technical know-how to steer their businesses in the right direction.
After hearing from an accountant who was threatened by a new client, Mark Lee has been thinking about how to handle such situations.
Entries are now coming in for this year’s Practice Excellence Awards, which c
An informal survey of working styles and personality types among accountancy practitioners has revealed that sociable, outgoing individuals dominate the prof
John Stokdyk shares some ideas on mindfulness from a moment of calm insight at the recent Accountex event.
The recovering economy could see the return of skills shortages and competition for talent as new opportunities emerge to lure frustrated employees away.