- Global survey finds 40% of businesses plan to employ more workers in 2018
- APAC hopes for bright 2018
- Weakened profit outlook amid rising wage pressure
- Grant Thornton named Employer of the Year by the IAB
- Matt Tierney named Grant Thornton global insurance leader
- Grant Thornton in top 50 World’s Most Attractive Global Employers in 2017
- Workplace skills shortage - possible threat to business optimism
- Global survey finds planned exports hitting 18-month high
- Grant Thornton Windward Islands expands through merger
- Eurozone businesses support EU-wide single corporate tax rate
- Almost half of extortion attempts demand payment in Bitcoin
- Peter Bodin named Global CEO-elect of Grant Thornton
- A strong increase in optimism heading into 2017
- Drivers of the economy on a wave of optimism
- Research reveals global split in approach to cybersecurity
- Grant Thornton finds 1 in 4 senior business roles now held by women
Quarterly global survey finds net 40% of businesses plan to employ more workers in 2018.
Grant Thornton’s new Asia Pacific report reflects a buoyant mood across much of the region, as business optimism hits a two-year high.
New figures from Grant Thornton’s quarterly business survey of 2,500 businesses in 36 economies, the International Business Report (IBR), reveal that businesses in nine of the world’s ten largest economies have reduced their profitability expectations for the next 12 months.
International Accounting Bulletin (IAB) has named Grant Thornton the 2017 Employer of the Year. The award marks the third time in the last four years that Grant Thornton has been recognised for its workplace by the International Accounting Bulletin.
In this global role, Matt will work with Grant Thornton member firm insurance practice leaders around the world on how to best service the needs of large insurance companies.
Grant Thornton is one of the 50 “World’s most attractive global employers” for a third consecutive year, according to the Universum Talent Survey of more than 290,000 business and engineering/IT students.
While business optimism is rising to new quarterly highs, a storm may be brewing in the shape of a skilled worker shortage.
A global survey by Grant Thornton of 2,500 businesses in 36 economies finds that while planned export activity has hit an 18-month high.
The deal was an opportunity for Grant Thornton to strengthen its already excellent position in the local market and help it grow further.
The majority of European businesses (53%) would support the setting of an EU-wide corporate tax rate, finds Grant Thornton’s International Business Report (IBR).
Peter Bodin, the former CEO of Grant Thornton Sweden, will assume the role with effect from 1 January 2018 for a five year term, succeeding Ed Nusbaum.
Grant Thornton’s International Business Report shows that globally, nearly one in five businesses that have faced a cyber-attack in the last 12 months have been subjected to extortion or blackmail attempts.