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We look at the tools and technologies professional services firms may need to navigate the new normal.

5 essential tech tools for your 2021 home office

16 Oct 2020 Technology

More businesses and governments are engaging in ethical investing – in the pursuit of both financial returns and socially desirable outcomes.

Dr Dambisa Moyo: Responsible investing in the future

14 Oct 2020 Economics Leadership

Accountancy has seen the rise of such subscription services, from basic consumer-level bookkeeping services through to complex industry-specific accountancy software for large firms.

Set and forget: Subscription services on the up and up

12 Oct 2020 Small business Accounting

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Work Smart


The economy’s growing dependency on gig workers raises many questions about the future of employment, and has reignited the debate about the protection of workers’ rights as the job market reacts to the economic crisis.

Protecting workers in the gig economy

01 Oct 2020 Workplace

Reverse mentoring programs pair young, talented employees as mentors to more senior executive leaders who are the mentees, with benefits all round.

Reverse mentoring: How to engage young employees

01 Oct 2020 Workplace Careers

In fact, even before COVID-19, employers were increasingly adopting technologies to monitor employees’ activities.

Employee-monitoring technology: Productivity vs privacy

01 Sep 2020 Workplace Technology

THE ECONOMY


The best risk management policies and practices are the ones owned by the people who are most affected by them.

Top tips from experts on conducting a risk assessment

01 Oct 2020 Leadership Economics

Having access to advice is fundamental to supporting business recovery, and making it more affordable to as many SMEs as possible will go a long way to hastening the economic recovery.

Why accountants should advise SMEs on grants

01 Oct 2020 Economics

US President Donald Trump speaks to a crowd of supporters at a rally in 2019. A year on, campaign narratives and how upcoming elections will be conducted have changed significantly, driven by events of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Counting on votes: The economics of elections

01 Oct 2020 Strategy Economics


An area of significant concern for small business owners is the uncertainty of future consumer behaviour following the easing of restrictions, and how quickly and confidently consumers start returning to previous spending habits.

The role of accountants in providing loan advice to SMEs

01 Sep 2020 INPRACTICE Accounting

Jamie Scoringe CPA, CFO at MNG.

Jamie Scoringe CPA: Why technical and soft skills matter

01 Sep 2020 Meet the CFO

At the end of June, payments totalling A$18.1 billion had been made, with 1.63 million applications having been paid since inception.

Early super access: The consequences of not seeking advice

01 Sep 2020 Superannuation

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