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    AAT Accounting and Bookkeeping Courses in Godmanchester (Cambridgeshire)

    Professional tuition in modern facilities just on the outskirts of Huntingdon… There are many reasons why people choose to study accounting courses with the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT). Some are already working in finance and are looking to upskill and get qualified, others are looking to retrain to either change career or get back […]


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    People put their effort into what is measured

    The level of instruction and guidance that you give to your team will no doubt vary depending upon a range of factors such as how big your team is, how experienced they are and the complexity of the tasks at hand. Depending upon your own personality you will have a preference for a leadership style […]


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    False promises…

    As a manager you need to remember that you are influential. You are impacting upon people’s career choices, day-to-day life and ultimately their well-being. According to a recent report1, only 58% of employees feel that their line manager is genuinely concerned about their wellbeing. Given that we spend so much time at work and it […]


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    Need help refreshing your maths skills?

    If you’re a student at CAW Business School and think you could use some extra help to refresh your maths skills, look no further. We now have some additional resources available to help you in your studies! The resources are some short lesson capture videos that are available for students to access on the VLE […]


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    Health and Fitness Tip of the Month: Mental Health

    According to the NHS, one in four of us will suffer from mental health problems at some point in our lives. With 7.8% of people in the UK meeting the criteria for diagnosis of mixed anxiety and depression; this makes it the most common mental health issue in the UK. With such high numbers of people being affected […]