Many people in their 50s, 60s and 70s are adding another chapter to their working lives, and organisations would do well to make the most of this valuable source of labour and experience.
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A survey of global finance leaders by A4S finds that companies have high awareness of sustainability issues, but significant work is still needed to translate ambition into action.
One in five chartered accountants says cost-of-living crisis is hindering career progression, with concerns about job losses also rife, research finds.
This week we take a look at the data on languages contained within the latest release of information from Census 2021 for England and Wales.
Technology can support your organisation’s mission to create a great employee experience, but it’s not as simple as just installing software to solve productivity and cultural problems, says Cathryn Newbery.
The Brazilian giant, the first publicly listed company to become a B Corp, has been pushing an integrated approach for 30 years. Having taken this further still, it was highly commended at this year’s Finance for the Future Awards.
To commemorate the International Day of Disabled Persons on 3 December, ICAEW gains insight from Sami Dar, co-founder of 10,000 Able Interns, a programme that unlocks opportunities for students and graduates with disabilities.
Performing a risk assessment can be one of the most challenging tasks for a firm implementing ISQM 1. Peter Hollis explores risks relevant to small practices.
Unacceptable delays in the local audit system must be addressed if local authorities want to ensure accountability to the local electorate, says Rob Whiteman.
The Autumn Statement responded to the charity sector’s key demand to uplift benefits in line with inflation, but the government failed to provide targeted support for charities on the frontline of the cost-of-living crisis.