Now that companies and professional services firms have filed their first gender pay gap reports, it is more important than ever to take action, according to executive coach Geraldine Gallacher.
Career and development
News from the London Accountant magazine, the official publication of the London and Croydon Societies of Chartered Accountants.
The opening of regional offices outside the capital by the major accountancy firms is creating an attractive degree of flexibility for job candidates, says Morgan McKinley’s Kathryn Swan.
The gender pay gap won’t be eliminated with 30% female boardroom representation, there should be equal representation, argues LSCA Business Board member Nishma Tate.
With the next Young London Members event due to celebrate how inspirational women have been breaking boundaries for a century, committee member Sophie Briars explains why now is the time for women in accountancy to make their voices heard.
The secret to fulfilling your desires and potential at work lies in a focus on your needs and wants through training and development, reveals Indy Agnihotri.
Don’t delay, book a course today to ensure you hit your training and development targets and keep up to date with the very latest changes in legislation and regulatory requirements.
As the related issues of gender bias and part-time work continues to grab the headlines, Helen Brennan talks about her own experience, arguing this is a problem for fathers and carers as well.
As take-up of shared parental leave remains disappointingly low, executive coach Geraldine Gallacher believes the government should be targeting employers to change perceptions and make a difference.
The contractor hiring market endured a tough year in 2017 according to a recent UK Salary Guide, with many turning to permanent jobs in accountancy and finance, despite increasing pay rates in regulation, says Victoria Walmsley, Operations Director at Morgan McKinley.
Keen to train new staff, but concerned about the costs, Viresh Paul takes a look at the new apprenticeship schemes.