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.
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News from the London Accountant magazine, the official publication of the London and Croydon Societies of Chartered Accountants.
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.
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.
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.
LSCA President, Vicky Andrew, writes a love letter to London and points local members to the Because I’m a Londoner campaign.
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.
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.
Recently, the Black Lives Matter movement has been in the spotlight. Geraldine Gallacher considers how we can all ensure that we actively stand against racism at work.
Remotely starting a job with a new employer may seem daunting, but technology certainly makes it easier. Sinead Byrne, Senior Consultant at Morgan McKinley interviews a new starter in a Top 15 firm about their experience.
It’s tempting to compare the response to Coronavirus of Angela Merkel and Jacinda Ahern, with that of Trump or Bolsonaro and conclude women must be better at dealing with this crisis because of their gender. Geraldine Gallacher examines this assumption.