Large accountancy firms often take on graduate trainees, with school leavers left out in the cold. Baker Tilly is different. To mark National Apprenticeship Week Becky Lever, the firm’s Trainee Resourcing and Talent Advisor, argues that the sky is the limit for the school leavers it takes on.
5 March 2014
Using formulas is the quickest and easiest way to sort data and do simple sums in Microsoft Excel. Paolo Lenotti of Excel with Business is on hand to show you how.
3 March 2014
AAT’s The Value of Apprentices research, which was released today, shows that apprentices delivered around £1.8 billion of net economic benefits to UK organisations last year. Check out our infographic below for more of the findings.
28 February 2014
As business becomes increasingly digital, it’s easy to get left behind by the myriad of websites you should be on or innovations you should be considering. Technology expert Dean Evans is on hand with the top five you should start with to make your business digital.
25 February 2014
Most think of Bitcoin as just a currency, but it’s more complex than that. A better definition would be an open-source, decentralised exchange, capable of hosting a whole range of financial products, including accountancy services. Nick Chowdrey , Technical Writer at Crunch, explains.
21 February 2014
With another round of Six Nations rugby action starting tonight in Cardiff, Rugby Football Union (RFU) performance chief Scott Drawer tells Matt Packer that, in sports training, finely honed number theory provides fundamental support for natural determination.
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