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As the recession begins to bite, accountants are increasingly trying to differentiate themselves from their fellow professionals, it has been claimed...
22 Apr 2009
Accountants 'becoming more competitive'
Employees at KPMG have shown their support for a new flexible working scheme which could help to save many of their jobs...
12 Feb 2009
KPMG staff support new flexible working scheme
Accountants 'still in demand' despite credit crunch
Some firms are still looking to hire qualified accountants despite the current economic downturn, it has been claimed...
25 Nov 2008
HR employees 'jobs make them sick'
Those working in human resources (HR) and accountancy are the most likely to fall sick because of their roles, a survey has found...
26 Aug 2008
UK accounting and finance professionals shortage less pronounced than rest of world
The UK is the only major economy not to have experienced an increase in the shortage of skilled accounting and finance professionals, a new survey...
10 Jul 2008
Accountants looking overseas for employment opportunities
Accountants are increasingly looking to work abroad, which is heightening the risk of a skills shortage in the industry, according new research from GAAPweb...
27 Jun 2008
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