Throughout the BEIS report on the Future of Audit there is recurrent emphasis and subliminal blame on audit committees for their role in corporate failure and the seeming inadequacy of the current audit process. There is a danger of ‘one-size-fits-all’ thinking here as any audit committee can only ever be as good as its appointed directors with their differing experiences and biases.  Despite the growth of audit committee expectation since the seminal Cadbury report in 1992, there remain two core areas of focus and accountability – figure integrity and external audit, this...
US steel tariffs
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US Tariffs on steel and aluminium could cost UK £125m a year

employment status
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The continued growth in demand for labour seems set to lead to a further tightening of the UK labour market...

Amy Austin

What kind of Brexit is the UK heading for, with two cabinet resignations in one day. 

Sara White

The government is clamping down on abuse of rent-a-room relief with new rules on shared occupancy...

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A proposed global treaty to address violence and harassment in the workplace has been supported by the CBI.

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The late payments crisis and poor payment practices will only end when there is a fundamental cultural shift... 

Skilled staff redundancy
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Acas advises employers considering laying off skilled and experience staff to reduce overheads to consider alternatives... 

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