'Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.' The practice of mindfulness is becoming ever more popular - organisations are now adopting it as a way of encouraging a culture of balanced well-being among employees.
News from the Library & Information Service
Read the latest news and updates from the ICAEW Library & Information Service.
Confused about the new tax changes of 6 April? Fear not! The ICAEW Library & Information Service is here to help.
When employing staff for the first time you’ll need to navigate through a minefield of rules, regulations and guidance. The Library can help you by pointing you in the right direction for some of the key things you have to get right.
A reminder that the Library & Information Service offers a wealth of help with your intellectual property questions, all year round.
The new year ushered in the 145th year of the ICAEW Library & Information Service, which first sprang to life in the heady days of 1871.
In 2014 The Guardian reported that accountancy was the top sector for supporting women through their careers. Despite this, in the same year the Financial Reporting Council estimated that only 35% of accountants in the UK are female.
Whether you are looking for recent or historical company information, the ICAEW library professionals can help. By subscribing to various databases and providing links to web resources across the globe, we can find relevant company information quickly and efficiently.
Are you looking for a quick and free service to find potential new clients, customers, or suppliers? One that is simple to request and tailored to you?
How did you do in your last exam? If you found it a challenge, spare a thought for the ICAEW students of yesteryear who had to prove their knowledge of Latin, Euclid and the poetry of Chaucer.
Members often contact the ICAEW Library team looking for salary benchmarking surveys, which are useful to compare their salary against the industry average or get an indication of how much they might get paid in a different sector or job role.