Friday, 12 January 2018
The ability to get along with your co-workers – and create long-lasting professional relationships with them – is an essential skill for all tax practitioners.
Whether you’re a recent graduate or a seasoned professional, developing positive relationships with colleagues creates a richer work environment and can help your future.
Here are four key skills that expert rapport-builders focus on to enhance their relationships with colleagues.
Thursday, 4 January 2018
What do you want from your career? A new challenge every day? The opportunity to make a difference? Intellectual stimulation? Financial security?
It’s worth giving the question some genuine thought, especially if you have an eye on working in a competitive field such as accounting, the law or tax.
There are many reasons that tax is increasingly appealing to contemporary graduates. Here we outline several benefits of entering the numbers game.
Wednesday, 6 December 2017
Whether you’re a seasoned tax professional or junior practitioner, few activities have as much potential for business development and career advancement as networking with peers, influencers and prospective clients.
A networking function can help you forge real-world connections with people you might otherwise only know via email or social media. It enables you to represent your organisation to potentially valuable, influential contacts. However, making and nurturing contacts at such occasions can be challenging if you don’t take the time to prepare.
Here are some ideas on how to best represent your firm at a networking event.
Thursday, 30 November 2017
A recruiter or hiring manager may look at your résumé for only a few seconds before they make a decision about your application.
Human resources staff are trained to look quickly for disqualifying factors. With just seconds to impress, you need to ensure your résumé doesn’t contain mistakes that may harm your chances of selection.
Here are four glaring red flags that tend to vex recruiters and may prompt them to weed out candidates at a glance.
Friday, 17 November 2017
Recruiters in the tax profession look for a range of skills in candidates that apply for entry-level positions.
Academic achievement in your taxation course at university is just a starting point. Companies are on the hunt for well-rounded, business-savvy practitioners who can see beyond just the technical information.
Here are five key qualities that tax employers value in their people.