BusinessPeople In BusinessWin prizes in our salary survey

Win prizes in our salary survey

Accountancy Age and recruitment consultants Robert Half have teamed up to carry out a comprehensive survey of the attitudes and motivations that drive accountants across the UK and the financial rewards they receive.

The results will paint a comprehensive picture of the profession as it faces the biggest crisis of confidence in its history in the wake of the collapse of Enron.

By taking part you could win one of four fabulous prizes. The first name drawn out of the hat will win a luxury two-night golfing break for two at the Vale Golf Hotel and Country Club in Wales while three runners-up will win £100 of Oddbins vouchers.

The survey will cover everything from the remuneration enjoyed by accountants to their life outside of work.

Should you expect a company car or share options as part of your package? Or do most accountants seek cold, hard cash. Fill in our questionnaire and watch out for the results next month.

Go to page 9 in this week’s magazine to fill in the survey or click on the link below to fill in the survey online.

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