When leaving a job, the chances of burning bridges are high. This is especially true for finance directors, particularly if their exit is abrupt or not planned well. Christian Doherty finds out the best way to leave a position.
Recruitment and employment basics
Articles, reports and other resources that enable accountants in business to make a real difference to their organisations by providing them with practical information on the latest thinking in recruitment and employment.
The right non-executive directors can bring great value to board meetings, but the wrong ones can bog an organisation down in a quagmire of corporate governance, says Oliver Cummings.
Taking a deeper look at what CFOs and FDs earn.
A few organisations are considering shortening the week to four days. What are the advantages for employers?
In the fourth part of our Future of Work series, Peter Taylor Whiffen explores work-life boundaries and how to ensure they stay separate.
Benefits, perks and the latest tricks to boost staff retention
Andrew Don examines the myth that continuing professional development is good for the finance team, but not business.
In the second part of our future of work series, Alison Coleman explores the impact commuting has on businesses and workforces – and what solutions might lie ahead.
Clarity of purpose and a rounded approach are essential to good recruitment, finds Bethan Ashmead-Latham.
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More and more often, FDs are turning to business coaches to enhance their careers. But what does a coach actually do, and how should a potential client prepare themselves for a coaching course? Anne Scoular explains