Haberman Ilett has prided itself on its culture since its inception in 2013, and cultivating an exciting and supportive working environment remains a top priority. Philip Haberman touched on this previously in an article with Liz Perks to mark International Women’s Day. He explained the imperative that people are treated fairly and trusted to work hard, and the importance of this in building a successful firm.
More recently, he talked to London Accountant, an ICAEW publication, about his view on the importance of investing in staff development and nurturing each individual’s self-belief, and the benefits of this both to the individual and the firm. He particularly credits the mentoring and peer-learning components of the ICAEW programmes as being key to their success, both of which are corner-stones of our internal development philosophy.
For the full article, published by London Accountant, please click here.