Wednesday, 29 March 2017
When you’re a newcomer to the workplace, there’s sometimes an expectation that you should clock in early, endure late nights and have lunch at your desk.
To demonstrate your worth with an unspoken promise that the ‘reward’ of downtime will duly come as you move up the ranks.
While many young guns (and even seasoned veterans) are happy to jump at the opportunity to prove themselves by undertaking additional work, it begs the question: Do you need to sacrifice your personal life for the sake of your career? Or is that an antiquated notion?
Tuesday, 28 March 2017
You've finished your postgraduate tax degree and have landed an interview with a leading tax firm for a dream position that could launch your career.
Then comes the inevitable question: ‘Why do you want a career in tax?’
Here are three responses you can use to impress your future employer more than just: ‘Because I want to make heaps of money.’