Internship (Former Employee) – County Cork – 14 January 2019
Loved working for Moore Stephens, I was only there for a summer as an intern but all the staff are so friendly and helpful. I learnt a lot and I can honestly say working for Moore Stephens was a great experience.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – London – 10 December 2018
The IIDA department at Moore Stephens has a list of very interesting public sector clients everywhere in the world, making every day in the office a bit more exciting when receiving emails from the other side of the planet!
A professional services firm, which expects its partners and staff to deliver high quality services to clients
Partner (Current Employee) – London – 10 May 2018
Moore Stephens is a top 10 accountancy practice. Its management style is corporate (as opposed to partnership). It provides good personal development opportunities and career progression. The working environment is demanding, with particular pressures in peak working periods, which has a negative impact on work/life balance.
Senior Manager (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 24 September 2017
I had a horrible work experience with Moore Stephens, I would stay away from this company, really horrible people and culture. The junior staff is rude, unprofessional and encouraged in their disrespectful behavior.
Audit Senior (Contracting) (Current Employee) – Birmingham, UK – 24 January 2017
My typical day at work would include leading the audit job from plannig to completion stage. Every audit is treated as a different project therefore would require different project management skills to complete assignment.
Overall the team is very helpful and work life balance can easily be maintained while working here.
Junior Assistant (Former Employee) – Douglas – 30 August 2016
Great working environment
Other employees are helpful and all work together to achieve the given objective.
I worked for over four weeks in the auditing department in Moore Stephens for one the modules in my university degree. My role was to use my skills learned in university and apply them to auditing practices such as creating statements from client data in accordance with the Financial Reporting Standard Applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland (FRS 102) which includes the accounting of goodwill and intangible assets, group defined benefit schemes and deferred tax. I also had the opportunity to visit client offices and working on sample tests in accordance with the International Standard on Auditing 530 (ISA 530).
Finance Administrator/Assistant (Temping) (Former Employee) – London, ENG – 20 November 2014
Sorting out the mail, distribute to the relevent people then look in the tray and take out the sheets that need to be put onto the ledger. I learned how to put suppliers detail onto the purchase ledgers as well as processing credit cards payment again that i having done in years it was really nice working there because ive never done something like this before and the people i was working with was so so patient with me, the hard part was making sure that i put everything right onto the ledger as well as i had to work out sometime the numbers was right not every thing was straight forward but that was something new for me, it was really rewarding to learn something new
getting to learn something new in a finance company