If you’ve ever had trouble with professional backstabbing in the office, then
the February edition of Young Professional will make essential reading. The
latest issue of Accountancy Age’s digital magazine for up and coming accountants
looks at the tricky subject of office politics – how to avoid becoming a victim
of it and how to make it work for you.
We also look into careers in the hospitality and leisure industry, talk to
the finance director of Regis plc on becoming hot property and offer tips on
improving your corporate image.
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