Karen Bailey MAAT, Chair of the AAT Cheshire & Staffordshire Branch talks about how five years of volunteering in her local branch has made her a better accountant.
A year ago AAT established a relationship with Islington Academy with a view to setting up an apprentice scheme. One year on and the apprentices are going from strength to strength. Olivia Hill, AAT’s Head of HR, explains all .
As the recent travails of Natwest and Barclays rumble on, banks continue to have bad press. And their automated processes are hurting their customers even more. It’s time for them to ditch their systems and answer the phone once in a while, argues member in practice Dawn Clarkson FMAAT.
Digital currency is shaking up transactions on the internet – but for many, it remains mysterious. Matt Packer explains how it works.
Unemployment figures tend to draw focus on the younger generation. But, as Jane Scott Paul points out, learning later in life can be just as important to finding a job and developing a successful career.
For many, Continuing Personal Development (CPD) can feel like a chore. But, as Elaine Lawther of NHS Education for Scotland points out, it doesn’t have to be if you bring it to life.