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CHANGE & TRANSFORMATION: The hiring scope of management consulting – PART 1: EDGAR DAVIDS

In the first of a series of blogs highlighting diversity in the management consulting market, BLT were lucky enough to meet with ex footballer and Dutch legend Edgar Davids. 

 

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‘Why?’ you may ask – well, much like the man himself, there is far more to things than just meets the eye…  Read More

Spotlight: Indirect Tax in Bristol

Since the turn of the year BLT has noticed a definite rise in the number of regional indirect tax opportunities. Quite often these jobs outside of traditional urban locations are challenging to recruit for. This is down to many factors such as a smaller population of indirect tax professionals in the immediate proximity to tap in to, but also because people are reluctant to move away from the big cities where they currently live and work. However after talking to our various clients in the regions BLT can see the appeal and indeed the merits of ditching the daily rat-race in favour of the clean(er) air and breathing space afforded outside of London, Manchester, Birmingham and the likes.

So if you are sick of being crammed in with everyone else on the central line and would like more m² for your money to come home to, maybe, just maybe it’s worth considering some of the regional vacancies we are working on; this week we are taking a look at…

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Confessions of a Bain Consultant…

‘Confessions of a Bain Consultant’; this is for anyone thinking about a life in management consulting. This is the first of a 12-part blog series by Jenny Rae Le Roux – Managing Director of Management Consulted, successful entrepreneur, respected start-up advisor, serial author and ex Bainie! Read More

Key Points: The Budget 2015

As the 2015 general election draws ever closer, George Osborne attempted to inject some feel-good factor into Britain’s back pocket with his sixth Budget as Chancellor.

For individuals and businesses, Osborne underlined many new initiatives alongside some more predictable ones. The personal tax-free allowance will increase to £10’800 next year, and further up to £11’000 the year after that. A new policy, starting from April next year, will see the first £1000 of interest earned on all of your savings will be exempt from tax. For higher rate taxpayers, this will be set at £500. Read More

Spotlight: Indirect Tax in Cambridge

Since the turn of the year BLT has noticed a definite rise in the number of regional indirect tax opportunities. Quite often these jobs outside of traditional urban locations are challenging to recruit for. This is down to many factors such as a smaller population of indirect tax professionals in the immediate proximity to tap in to, but also because people are reluctant to move away from the big cities where they currently live and work. However after talking to our various clients in the regions BLT can see the appeal and indeed the merits of ditching the daily rat-race in favour of the clean(er) air and breathing space afforded outside of London, Manchester, Birmingham and the likes.

So if you are sick of being crammed in with everyone else on the central line and would like more m² for your money to come home to, maybe, just maybe it’s worth considering some of the regional vacancies we are working on; starting with… Read More

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