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Mazars consulting is a specialist unit within the Mazars group with an expertise spanning a wide range of areas We operate globally and thus have close links with our international counterparts frequently liaising with them on assignments.
Mazars consulting has supported organisations across the public and private sector for nearly 30 years. We know it is vital not only to deliver a consultancy service which is technically excellent but also one which meets your needs as an organisation. As such our team comprises experienced business professionals and sectoral experts, as well as technical experts. Mazars operates internationally on the basis of centres of excellence and we avail of the best international knowledge, expertise and experience in delivering our services.
Our ethos is to work in partnership with our clients. From our experience, it is essential that we work as closely as possible with you to ensure that your overall aims and objectives are met and we fully understand the intricacies of your organisation. Our approach is solutions focused, tailored and practical; main areas of expertise are below.
Industries we can help
Business Process Improvement
Decision Support & Financial Modelling
Human Resources & Organisational Development
Privacy & GDPR Services
Robotics Process Automation
Strategy & Business Planning
Cast the net wide to get the best hires
As we approach full employment, the competition for talent is intense, recruitment budgets are small and extra pressure and expectation is being placed on lean HR teams to source and retain staff.
Irish businesses taking GDPR in their stride
• 88% businesses confident in their interpretation of GDPR obligations • However, 68% businesses found compliance ‘a challenge’ • 3rd GDPR-awareness report launched by Mazars and McCann FitzGerald
Gender Pay Gap Audit and Reporting Services
The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission (Gender Pay Gap Information) Bill 2017 is on track for implementation in Ireland in 2019. This legislation requires employers to calculate and report on their gender pay information annually and will mirror the UK model, which introduced gender pay gap reporting in 2018.