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  • The 10 biggest salary increases in accountancy and finance in 2021

    • 13 Jan 2022
    • Karen Young, Director of Hays Accountancy & Finance

    The COVID-19 outbreak turned our health, personal and professional lives upside down. But now – as all sectors start to look towards the future – the outlook is encouraging, with accountancy and finance employers feeling positive about the wider economic climate and the opportunities it could bring.

  • Accountancy recruitment outlook remains upbeat

    • 21 Jan 2021
    • ICAEW Insights

    Despite a record hike in the overall number of UK redundancies, specialist accountancy recruiters remain upbeat for the sector, predicting an upturn in demand over the coming 12 months and salary increases buoyed by ongoing skills shortages.

  • Digital skills gap: why analytics skills are in demand

    • 9 Jan 2021
    • ICAEW Insights

    Digital transformation in many organisations has accelerated this year. The need for accountants with data analytics skills has never been higher.

  • Accounting for change – are finance employers still focussed on diversity?

    • 20 Nov 2020
    • Karen Young, Director of Hays Accountancy & Finance

    Accountancy and finance organisations were impacted hard by Covid-19. ‘Business as usual’ took a back seat as organisations handled the immediate impacts of the pandemic and huge numbers of professionals switched to working remotely practically overnight.

  • Marks Sattin's Annual Market Insight Report

    • 12 Nov 2018
    • Marks Sattin

    Marks Sattin’s Annual Market Insight Report is now available online. This is an essential referencing tool for employment market trends in 2018 and beyond.

  • Hays Gender Diversity Report 2016

    • 31 Oct 2016
    • Hays

    Studies have shown that the link between women in the workplace and a country’s economic growth is closely connected. Despite this, globally women are not paid or rewarded equally to their male colleagues and remain underrepresented in the workplace, as well as proportionally less represented in senior roles.