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  • 3 things Amy McElwaine has learnt in her first 10 months at Grant Thornton.

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    3 Things I've Learnt in my First 10 Months at Grant Thornton (via Passle)

    Since joining Grant Thornton from a Big 5 consulting firm last year, I've learnt a lot about my new firm. Here are the top 3 things I've learnt: 1. It really is a company that cares It's become common now for firms to advertise having a supportive and flexible company culture, but Grant Thornton has lived up to that claim during my time here so far.

  • Wendy Russell reflects on how Grant Thornton supports her as a working parent.

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    The benefits of headspace and how Grant Thornton supports me as a working parent (via Passle)

    I have been reflecting on my return to work following my second period of maternity leave. With my first child, my mind was occupied constantly with the distractions of being a first time mother - Is my child's development normal? How many groups can I go to for some adult conversation?

  • Growth Generators don't come from any one particular sector, location or business size. Find out which characteristics set them apart from the rest of the market http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQzko

    Planning for growth

    In 2018, UK businesses could leave up to £72.5 billion of untapped growth on the table. Companies need to become purpose-driven, invest in top-line growth, tech confident and networked to unlock their growth potential.

  • Now for something completely different: Mongolian nomads in a joint venture with luxury brand Tengri that’s transforming their lives. Get the full story in our first #VibrantVoices podcast http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQzk3

    Weaving the threads of a sustainable business

    In these excerpts from the podcast Nancy explains how she made her idea into a reality, the challenges she met on the way, and how the business is now making a real difference. Fiona: "What inspired you to start Tengri?" Nancy: "I saw a picture of Mongolia when I was a child and this picture just fascinated me......

  • The accountancy profession recognises that creating a futureproof, diverse workforce is not only good for business but also the right thing to do. Read more in today's FT about the benefits of a diverse pool of talent http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQzkO

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  • Agility not only helps reduce bottom-line costs but can also give you a competitive edge that delivers top-line profits. Find out how Growth Generators are using technology to get ahead http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQzkh #PlanningForGrowth

    Planning for growth

    In 2018, UK businesses could leave up to £72.5 billion of untapped growth on the table. Companies need to become purpose-driven, invest in top-line growth, tech confident and networked to unlock their growth potential.

  • Free trade is under threat. Protectionism is gaining ground and trade maps are being redrawn. Find out more about the tariff and trade landscape facing the UK after Brexit in #StrategiesforGrowth http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQzkJ

    Tariffs back in vogue

    The UK is coming to terms with Brexit, the US has withdrawn from the TPP, it looks like free trade might be under threat

  • Growth Generators aren't just more open to doing deals, they're also more open to taking on external investment. Find out how they're achieving their latest step-change in growth #PlanningForGrowth http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQzkq

    Change your mind-set and invest in top-line growth

    Growth does not just happen, it requires investment, actively embracing M&A and external funding to drive strategies.

  • How is the eating-in trend affecting the casual dining space? Find out how hospitality businesses need to adapt their business model to survive http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQzkx

    Adapting business models in the hospitality sector

    The continued rise in popularity of home delivery required a real change in mindset from operators in the dining sector

  • Modern slavery is everywhere. Discover the five things we're doing to help tackle it with our head of sustainability, Karen Higgins in #Strategiesforgrowth http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQzkr

    Modern slavery is everyone's business

    Modern slavery is everywhere. It is worth $150 billion annually and businesses have a role to play in eradicating this scourge.

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