Many industries have suffered as a result of the lockdown and there is concern over which businesses will become casualties of coronavirus. However, some have been able to adapt to ensure the prosperity of their organisations and even contribute to societies’ efforts in battling against COVID-19.
The 'new-age’ employer: Why accountancy firms must adapt to meet the changing needs of employees
In a post-pandemic society, we will need a ‘new age’ employer to respond to the changing needs of staff, Kelly Feehan, Services Director at CABA, argues.
Deborah Louise Goodwin (Maiden name, Pearson), OBE was born in Beverley, Yorkshire on 15 September 1956, one of three sisters, and passed away on 20 May 2020 following a brave battle with cancer over the last six months.
To ensure all ICAEW members can continue to access quality and topical CPD courses in this period of uncertainty and social distancing, the Essentials CPD programme will now be offered by live and on-demand webinar.
As workplaces move towards the next phase of the coronavirus recovery - the so-called ‘new normal’ - firms, leaders and managers need to address the challenges facing their junior staff. CASSL Secretary Tim Reilly, writes.
Tax efficient green cars opportunityThe phrases ‘tax efficient’ and ‘cars’ do not normally sit comfortably together but this is changing due to new developments regarding ultra-low emission (ULE) cars, explains LSCA Taxation Committee member Pat Nown.
COVID-19 has changed the way that we live our lives beyond recognition. Jamie Tomlin, Chair of the LSCA’s Technical Committee, asks if the virus could permanently change audit for the better.
The question of how a client could receive royalties in a tax efficient way formed the basis of the discussion at this London tax forum, Andrew McKenzie reports.
The phrases ‘tax efficient’ and ‘cars’ do not normally sit comfortably together but this is changing due to new developments regarding ultra-low emission (ULE) cars, explains LSCA Taxation Committee member Pat Nown.
The issue of how to process the Tax Return of a Limited Company which had invested in a portfolio of securities formed the basis of an in-depth discussion for a local group of accountants, Andrew McKenzie-Smart reports.
Your role in upskilling the students of today
As we move into a period of recovery, skills is high on the agenda. David Trodden, Tutor at LSE and LSCA Business Board member, looks at how organisations and students can support each other.
Consultant David Lewis deconstructs some of the effects of the pandemic on business into potential risks and opportunities.
This is the third part in Kirsten Gibbs’ series of articles inviting you to rethink your business model.
In the final part of this series for London Accountant, David Lewis considers the owner’s perspective when navigating the current crisis.
History has shown that economic downturns can, and often do, breed successful and long-lasting companies. Jonathan Hollis, Managing Partner of Mountside Ventures, sets out how growing businesses can access grants.
11 Easy Ways To Encourage Remote Team Building
If a more flexible, remote working model is the future for your finance team, you will want to consider how to facilitate virtual team building to keep your employees engaged and connected, argues Kathryn Swan, Head of Professional Services, Morgan McKinley.
Be a giver at work, but don’t be a pushover: LSCA vice president Indy Agnihotri sets out how to spot fakers and takers and ensure you are a door opener, not a door mat.
As redundancies become more common, the jobs market is becoming increasingly competitive. Kay Fleming, Consultant at Morgan McKinley, highlights how to stand out in interviews.
Employers that are out-of-tune with the post-lockdown demand for family-friendly working will risk losing out on the best talent, according to Executive Coach Geraldine Gallacher.
The global pandemic has highlighted social inequalities and fundamentally changed the role employees expect their employer to play to address these issues, argues executive coach Geraldine Gallacher.
In praise of London: our city in recoveryLSCA President, Vicky Andrew, writes a love letter to London and points local members to the Because I’m a Londoner campaign.
Coronavirus has got many people questioning their models and assumptions around work. Kirsten Gibbs, Process Expert, asks if it’s time to question our models of business too?
Viresh Paul, the newly appointed Deputy President of the LSCA, on his new role and his mission to support local accountants in rebuilding London’s economy.
International cooperation has never been more important than now as we face up to the challenges posed by the current pandemic. Lord Mayor, William Russell, explains.
While we are continuing to live through a pandemic, our thoughts are moving towards the future and how society, and business in particular, can recover. Vicky Andrew, LSCA president and LSCA Business Board member writes.