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06/10/2016Indeed, interview fear is such an issue within the profession, in so much that a fifth of all auditors and accountants surveyed admitted they would rather stay in their current job.
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Barclay Simpsons 2015 Compliance Compensation and Market trends report.
30/09/2014Now in its fifth year, the CareersinAudit.com annual industry research takes a closer look at whether today’s accountants are fulfilled in their current roles and what career satisfaction means to them. How prepared are they to make do with the status-quo and, if not, when do they intend to ma...
Job descriptions are the recruiter’s first point of contact with potential employees, so it’s important not only that they attract a number of candidates, but the most suitable candidates for the job you are offering.
11/11/2013Forty years ago the expression ‘a job for life’ was par for the course for many in the audit and accountancy profession. Of course in the 21st century, it’s a different story.
In recent years, the way employers and jobseekers communicate has been noticeably altered by the rise of the Internet, and in particular the rising popularity of ‘Social Media’ websites. This change in communication has also had an effect on the recruitment process as a whole.
05/07/2012Since 2010, CareersinAudit.com has conducted annual mid-year research to gauge whether auditors across the globe are more bullish about finding a new job and how soon they will start to look.