Crossley Group can offer you more than a job; we can offer you a career. We help our employees to fulfil their professional goals and ambitions. Therefore, we would love to hear from you if you are interested in a career with us!
Every year we employ many apprentices. The video below features 3 of our graduated apprentices talking about life at Crossley.
Our apprentices receive on-the-job training and this training will be on tax, accounting or bookkeeping, depending on what department they work in. Our team invest a lot of time and training into our apprentices; they support them to learn the practical and technical skills and then there is every opportunity to gain real-life experience on the job.
Alongside the on-the-job training, the apprentices complete an apprenticeship in either Customer Service or Business Administration because both customer service and administration are essential elements of the job, which is then followed by an accountancy, tax or payroll qualification that we fund!.
Our core values form the foundation of how we perform work and conduct ourselves. They define who we are, what we represent, and our behaviours. Of course, we are all individuals but these values are what we all have in common.
Honesty is telling the truth; owning up to mistakes; doing the right thing at all times in all circumstances.
Unity is integrating different groups into the workplace; we might work in different departments and different floors but we are one; a team.
Integrity is closely linked to honesty; having strong moral principles and never compromising them.
We want everyone to treat all people with respect and kindness. This includes respecting colleagues that might be more junior than us. Supporting all colleagues. We have to be respectful and polite to everyone that we communicate with.
Being responsible can mean that you take responsibility for your own performance and development. If mistakes are made, you accept responsibility for the part you played.
Professionalism is about making a positive impression through attitude and behaviour; setting good examples for colleagues; being reliable; having a professional image by looking the part.
Other people decide if we are approachable but we should do all we can to help that; communicate openly and honestly with others; if people give us feedback, listen and accept it thankfully; encourage others to speak to us.