Jun 18, 2014
• 25 per cent of financial services employers NOT carrying out succession planning – well below average (21 per cent) • But those who are doing it are doing it well – looking to the long-term as well as the short-term; and look at more than the...
Jun 18, 2014
• Majority of accountancy firms say succession planning now more important than in 2006 (75%) • Only 8% of accountancy firms NOT carrying out succession planning – below UK average (21 %) • But 33% of firms are concentrating solely on short-term...
May 15, 2014
• Poll of 9,000 workers sees Investment Banking sector more popular than at any time in the last 3 years Investment banks are more popular as employers than at any time in the last three years, according to Randstad Financial & Professional, the...
May 15, 2014
• Poll of 9000 people names ACCOUNTANCY one of 3 most attractive sectors to work in • Investment Banking also named as an attractive industry • Business Services, Utilities & Energy, Transport, & Logistics, Leisure, and Insurance named the...
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.