A quarter of UK finance directors have considered quitting their current role
due to increasing work pressures, according to a new survey.
The results of the latest Accountancy Age/Reed Finance Big Question found
that 24% of finance directors had considered resigning from their job recently,
citing long hours and stress as reasons for looking to move.
‘Most people I know work an average of 60 to 70 hours a week and the last
thing they need is more rules regulations and onerous record keeping to do in
what precious social time they have left,’ said one anonymous respondent.
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