This is part 1 of a 6 part series. Introduction Accounting and Legal firms have traditionally found it difficult to attract the right talent, at the right time. These industries, especially accounting, are undergoing a significant amount of change at present and the importance of having the right people on board has never been greater.
And we’re back folks! 2017 has come around and the year seems to have started with a bang. There seems to be a fairly even split between those who are busy, and those who are quiet at present. It’s not to say that any particular segment is busy, big firms aren’t necessarily busier than smaller
There was a campaign promoted by one of the Big 4 a few weeks ago that was calling people to publicly thank those who assisted them, and they were grateful for. Having spent a few hours on planes over the last couple of weeks, this offered time to ponder the meaning of life and identify
The vast majority of us have access to email on our phones. It’s the 21st century and that’s just how business runs, right? Well, apparently not. Last week, I was speaking with a close friend of mine who is quite senior in a very large accountancy practice, in relation to a particular matter and asked
Gary and I celebrated our one-year anniversary earlier this week. It’s been a mammoth effort and we’ve learnt a lot along the way! For all of those looking to start up on their own, or looking at improving efficacies within their practice, this is what we’ve learnt in this time. 1. Have clear job descriptions
Grow Advisors is a search and selection practice providing ‘out of the box’ solutions in recruitment, career planning and business growth to the legal and accounting industries along the East Coast of Australia.