Episode 117. In today’s news episode, we discuss “Flexible Work Patterns in Accountancy Firms.”
Key takeaways from this episode include:
✓ shout out to Barry Ross, partner at Crossland Employment Solicitors for the original article
✓ why there is no return to how things used to be pre-pandemic in the business world
✓ what the new normal is now with a hybrid workplace
✓ what hybrid working allows accounting firms to do with their recruitment strategies
✓ the challenges that arise for accountancy firms with hybrid working and remote workplaces
✓ how accounting staff recruited in the pandemic have only ever known remote working
✓ the importance of employment contracts for new accounting hires
✓ whether accounting firm employees can actually demand flexible working with location of work and hours of work
✓ answering the question ‘how far can accounting firm employees actually live from their office?’
✓ the key issues that arise for accountancy practices with the new world of work post-pandemic
✓ the need for compromise between staff and employers if accounting firms are to stay competitive, service clients and drive growth
✓ how flexible work patterns can help accounting firms differentiate and attract talent
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