Over the past couple of months, technological innovation has undergone rapid change within all industries, including that of Accountancy. In turn, this has meant that businesses have needed to reassess the ways they carry out their Business as Usual activities and their general way of working. Adapting to technological change is now a massive part … Continued
FAE Careers Evening
The ACA Professionals Committee of Chartered Accountants are holding a FAE Careers evening on Tuesday the 17th of February to provide newly qualified professionals with career and employment decision advice. The seminar aims to provide insights as to the opportunities in the market place for newly qualified accountants.
Lincoln are delighted to announce that our experienced recruitment consultants Concepta Cadogan, Dermot O’Sullivan and Cliona Casey will all be present on the night. With high levels of expertise of the current recruitment market within the financial services sector, they will be offering advice on current opportunities and trends as well as CV and interview tips to ensure you have the necessary tools to begin you career. We will also have copies of our Definitive Guide to Accountancy Roles for distribution to all newly qualified accountants along with our most recent Salary & Employment Insights Survey for 2015.
Dermot O’Sullivan – specialism Industry & Commerce
Concepta Cadogan – specialism Contract & Interim Roles
Cliona Casey – specialism Financial Services
This event is taking place on Tuesday the 17th of February from 6:00pm to 9:30pm at Chartered Accountants House, 47-49, Pearse Street. On the night we will also be giving away an Irish rugby jersey signed by Ronan O’Gara so make sure you drop by to be in the draw. We look forward to seeing you there!
2020 is, has been and is set to continue to be a challenging and disruptive time across most sectors and industries. However, within the area of Fintech, there has been a continued rise in terms of financial activity and investment going on within the sector. According to recent figures from multinational professional services network KPMG, … Continued
It goes without saying that professionals across all areas of business, regardless of the discipline or industry has had to adapt to new ways of working and operating as a result of the pandemic. None of these more so than those working within HR. With the digital transformation of recent years, those working within HR … Continued