It would seem like an opportunity missed not to highlight the recent wave of British success in the sporting world - I may not get the chance again!!With the success of Andy Murray (The British – not Scottish, he won remember!) at Wimbledon breaking a 77 year stretch of defeat, Chris Froome securing the 2nd successive Tour de France –
Following on from my last blog around the online vs. bricks and mortar retail battle, The changing face and future of retail, there have been some interesting developments with one in particular being a potential game changer:‘The US Senate has passed a bill that would impose sales taxes on online retailers, after bricks and mortar shops called
The big four Australian banks are struggling to achieve real growth in oligopolistic market conditions; essentially swapping institutional clients and chasing limited deposit and lending growth opportunities.
The negotiation of salary throughout the hiring process can often be viewed as a taxing and emotionally charged process with misconceptions often arising between both the employer and potential employees.
Most people will judge you within the first few seconds of meeting you and this impression will stick by them. Making a first impression is becoming more and more important in the current job market due to the competitiveness of it.So how do you go about making the best possible first impression? I have outlined 5 key areas to think about
Many of the newly qualified Chartered Accountants (CA) that I meet who are looking for their first move out of practice ask me “of the Australian banks, which one is the best? Which one will help me to develop my career and provide me with the best opportunities for progression?”The answer is complicated and depends on a number of factors. How