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Sunday, June 23, 2024

Standish firm to increase its team due to exceptional growth

As a result of internal promotions and increased demands for its services, Standish based Accountancy firm, McGinty Demack, is expanding its team.

Following successful completion of her AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) Level 2 at Wigan & Leigh College, former trainee Alice O’Hanlon has been promoted to a full-time role within the growing business.

McGinty Demack moved to Standish in 2013. Now headed by Karen Richardson, they have introduced a new approach to delivering accountancy services. The employees are fundamental to the service and the revitalised training programme has resulted in several enthusiastic trainees joining the practice, to support its experienced and long serving.

Due to Alice’s progress and increasing demand for accountancy services, McGinty Demack is now recruiting for both a new trainee and a part-time role to help with accounts preparation.

Karen Richardson, MD, McGinty Demack said: “The business is going through a phase of exceptional growth and as a result, we’re expanding our team, Alice has really impressed us at McGinty Demack and now we’re looking for new individuals to join us, as demand for our services increases.”

Alice, who is continuing her studies at Wigan College once a week, as part of her continual development, added: “During my time at McGinty Demack, I have gained a lot of knowledge about preparing accounts, which was enhanced by the theory I learnt from my AAT Level 2 course.

“Now I have progressed to Level 3 and the work I am doing here definitely helps me to understand my college work even more. If you want a career in accountancy, McGinty Demack offers a wonderful opportunity to learn, while also benefiting from the experience of real life accounting situations.”

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