British American Tobacco was founded in 1902. Since then, everything has been in the history of the tobacco corporation – and ups and downs. As befits any large business. Now the total number of employees in British American Tobacco is more than 57 thousand people. The Russian representative office, opened in 1991, employs only about 3 thousand people. But how! Continue reading
Managers of many firms are turning to auditors to conduct audits, restore accounting and advise on accounting and taxation issues. Addressing specialists, business entities expect that the law requires auditors to “remain silent” about the facts of the client’s economic life, which implied an auditor’s secret. Audit secrecy is one of the foundations of a trust relationship with a client. Alexey Slyusarev, Director General of the Status Quo Law Center, describes in detail the role of the auditor in the relationship between business entities and the state
As follows from paragraph 3 of Article 9 of the Law on Auditing, an audit organization (auditor) is not entitled to transfer information and documents constituting audit secrets to third parties, nor to disclose this information, including the content of documents, except as otherwise provided for in auditing and other federal laws. Continue reading
Although much is said about the benefits of criticism, it is often this very word that bears a negative connotation. Dmitry Trepolsky explains how, by adapting the critical assessment method used in the creative field, companies can not only make criticism an effective tool for improvement, but also develop their creative potential.
Today, the concept of creativity is not associated solely with aesthetics. Continue reading