It’s the time of year when hundreds of training contracts in the Big 4 are coming to an end and those who are coming up to qualification are left wondering what on earth they should be doing next now that their exams are finally behind them.
Whilst activity on the in-house tax market has noticeably picked up over the past 18 months, the volume has mainly been at the Assistant Manager, Manager and Senior Manager levels, with a relative inertia at the senior end of the market. Over numerous conversations with tax professionals looking at the market at this level, I have been trying to
For many years, demand in the Thames Valley recruitment market has been driven by a small number of large FTSE 100 organisations in the Energy and Telecommunications sectors. This year, things have started to change…
April started where March left off. The job market as a whole felt sluggish to move and as mentioned in the last accounting and finance commerce and industry recruitment update the impending election was still looming in the business world.April was a leaner month with a 35% reduction in roles compared to March – albeit that is comparing a four-
I recently spoke to a client who works in Gatwick airport and as you can imagine, we spoke in a fair amount of detail about the proposal of a new runway at Gatwick Airport.
For those that do not know, it has been a long running saga which will be coming to a conclusion one way or another in June/July. Gatwick and Heathrow have been head-to-head