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SALARY GUIDE 2022 – 2023

If you are looking to build out a new team, offer pay rises, or even looking for a new role then check out our latest Salary Guide report now!

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In Partnership with our partner company, Venture Recruitment Partners we are proud to bring you the results of our 7th salary survey. These results will give you a valid benchmark for pay, alongside candidate experience, qualifications, and skill sets, together with the complexity of the market.

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Despite the continued impact of COVID-19, employment and job creation in the accountancy sector has remained remarkably resilient. 2021 saw an unusually buoyant recruitment market and we uncovered some notable trends.

Our data was sourced from a wide range of business sectors, together with published salary information that’s available to all. Whether you’re a candidate or a client, we hope you find these insights useful and look forward to working with you in the future.
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So, If you are looking to build out a new team, offer pay rises, or even looking for a new role then check out our latest Salary Guide report now! 
​​Email us today at customers@vrpartners.co.uk & request your FREE copy of our 2022-2023 Salary Guide.

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June Events

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1st Event – Thursday 9th June 

Time: 09:30-16:00 

One day programme –  in person, on campus at the University of Southampton

Topic: Being Influential at a Strategic Level

Presenter: Dr Jelena Petrovic, Principal Enterprise Fellow and Associate Professor of Strategic Leadership, University of Southampton

This is an interactive one day programme which will focus on the ways managers and HR professionals can improve their ability to work better with, and influence, senior level professionals, C-suite and/or members of the board. Using psychological and behavioural science perspectives, we will explore human limits in business strategy formulation that result from our different demographic and psychological characteristics, irrational thinking, and issues of hubris and greed. You will also learn about various tools for addressing these issues. In addition, we will conduct stakeholder relationship analysis, discuss power and politics at the top, and consider how you can contribute to effective work of top management teams and boards. The programme will also provide you with an opportunity for self-assessment and development of an action plan for improving your strategic leadership skills.

 

 

 

2nd Event   – Wednesday 15 June

Time: 13:00-14:30 (virtual)

Topic: Work after Covid 19: What do our futures look like?

Speaker: Dr Jane Parry, Associate Professor and Director of Research for HRM and Organisational Behaviour, University of Southampton

Dr Parry will be running an interactive session debating the way forward for workers and employers in a post-pandemic world. She will discuss her recent report which showcases five recommendations for employers as they consider how to organise work that meets the changing needs of workers. The case-study research was started a year before lockdown began so has become highly relevant for employees and employers when considering work-place adaptability and workforce wellbeing. 

 

 

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3rd Event – Thursday 23 June

Time: 09:30-16:00 

One day programme – in person, on campus at the University of Southampton

Topic: The Business Savvy Professional: Strategy and Finance for Managers and HR Professionals

Presenters: Dr Jelena Petrovic, Principal Enterprise Fellow & Ms Kat Hearn, Senior Enterprise Fellow, University of Southampton

This is an interactive one day programme aimed at expanding the strategic and commercial knowledge, skills and mindset of managers and HR professionals, and preparing them for the strategic decision-making aspects of their role. In the first part of the programme we will explore cultural and ethical aspects of strategic planning and external and internal influences on a company through conducting company level PESTLE, SWOT, and competitor analyses. We will also consider how strategic choices/goals are translated into targets, including different organisational measures of success (e.g. Balanced Scorecard) and performance focus (ESG; SMART goals v SMART data). Throughout this part we will discuss your contribution to business strategy. The second part of the programme will focus on the financial aspects of strategic decision-making which will help you improve your understanding and interpretation of financial information.

 

REGISTER NOW: 

📧 Sign up today by emailing the Chilworth Partnership team at events@chilworthpartnership.co.uk and receive our monthly online event email. 

 

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