Mar 05, 2014
• 80,000 more accountants will be needed by 2050 to satisfy rising population levels • Restrictive immigration policy driving down size of qualified workforce The UK needs to recruit an additional 80,000 accountants by 2050 in order to satisfy the...
Mar 04, 2014
• More women reading right subjects at right universities increases talent pool • Diversity campaigns across financial services and professional services make careers more attractive • Women also offered more jobs than before credit crunch due to...
Jul 30, 2013
- Only 42% of accountants are happy with their work-life balance, compared to 59% of British workers as a whole - Longer working hours during the recession has accelerated ‘hard learning’ for some high-flyers
Jun 20, 2013
Almost half (46%) of financial services workers happy with their career prospects – well above the national average of 38%, “Career blockers” and recession blamed for stalled promotions.
Apr 30, 2013
Pay expectations soar as confidence returns to the market and priorities of high-flyers change. But public say they think leading accountancy firm is one of UK’s most attractive employers
Mar 05, 2013
Interview process for a new job lengthens by 3.4 hours. Number of roles requiring aptitude or technical testing doubles to 21%. Employers take six weeks and four days to fill a role, up 84% from three weeks and four days five years ago.
Nov 21, 2012
Lawyers’ salary growth has outpaced accountants’ pay inflation since the last boom according to analysis of ONS data carried out by Randstad Financial & Professional, the accountancy, financial services and legal recruiter.
Sep 27, 2012
In a post- Credit Crunch industry businesses are now more concerned with protecting themselves against risk than ever before. This has led to a surge in the need for professionals able to work in the complex and demanding risk management sector.