Digital innovations have dominated every industry in recent years, and accounting is no exception. AI is now seen as the newest way to revolutionise the workplace – especially in finance.
Our 2020 accountancy salary guides indicate that the non-qualified and part-qualified accountancy jobs market remains strong with average salaries increasing across most regions.
The traditional accountancy career pathway of starting in practice and moving into industry is changing – practice is now a career choice.
Reed Accountancy and Finance bolstered their industry networks by sponsoring the British Accountancy Awards, last week.
With Brexit fast approaching, this month’s Big Question on how UK businesses are preparing for Brexit could hardly be more relevant. Despite delays, the question of preparedness will not go away.
Much is made of the challenges and opportunities for business when a new generation enters the workforce. With Generation Z (those born after 1995) entering the workforce, there are now four genera...
David Smith investigates our latest Big Question – how can businesses retain EU workers and who is responsible for reassuring those already working in the UK?
David Smith, Economics Editor at The Sunday Times discusses our latest Big Question – What do finance professionals think about investment in skills and training?
Neil Morling, Interim CFO at Handley House discusses our latest Big Question – are UK businesses prepared for Brexit?
Few taxes are welcomed by those who pay them but business rates are a particularly unloved tax. Despite recent government reforms, many firms find the burden of business rates unacceptable.