Nowadays, the workforce consists of individuals from different generations, backgrounds and personalities. With such a variety of people all wanting different things from their employer, organisations have to offer increasingly alternative benefits to stand out from competitors.
Demand for newly qualified and qualified accountants to fill positions in the regional offices of Big 4 and Top 10 firms has continued over recent months, particularly in Reading, Birmingham, Crawley and Cambridge.
Receiving a counter offer can seem flattering on the surface, but is it always a positive thing for an individual to accept and stay once they’ve taken active steps to look for a new role? There are numerous reasons why you shouldn’t rush into accepting a counter offer.
Big 4 and Top 10 firms are heavily investing in their regional offices, particularly those based in Manchester, Bristol and Reading are amongst the cities very busy from a recruitment perspective. What can tax professionals expect from roles outside London?