The persistent threat of climate change makes it a difficult issue to comprehend. Here’s how accountants can be proactive and help to alleviate their own ‘eco-anxiety’.
Security concerns have hampered the widespread adoption of electronic signatures, but attitudes are evolving in the wake of the remote working revolution.
While our expectations took a battering in 2020, stoicism arms us with the resilience to continue to pursue our goals.
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With remote access now a core component of the workforce, here is the best tech to get your accounting firm or home office ready for 2021.
Victims of bullying are not safe merely because the office is unoccupied. Here’s how to adapt your HR policies to the evolving work environment and reduce incidences of troubling behaviour.
Can a deliberate, virtual effort save office friendships? Three experts share ideas to help keep workplace friendships alive.
While blowing out birthday candles in the office is well and truly behind us, celebrating the holiday season is certainly not. We shine a light on creative ways to spread the festive cheer – albeit from a safe, 1.5-metre distance.
Financial experts weigh in on what needs to be done to pull the economy out of the recession, looking at the challenges and opportunities ahead.
The Queensland Government handed down its 2020-21 Budget on 1 December 2020. It has a strong focus on investing for future population growth, but the sickest parts of the economy, including small businesses and tourism operators, may feel neglected in this year’s budget. Read on to learn more.
After a horse-riding accident in 2017, Hacia Atherton CPA was told she may never walk again, but she devised a recovery strategy that also helped her conquer the C-suite.
The pace of digital transformation has meant that cybersecurity is no longer simply a technology issue, but an aspect of business that is of critical importance to finance professionals.
Following a noticeable slowdown, merger and acquisition activity is expected to pick up in the medium term, albeit in a dramatically different landscape.
Company cars sit idle in the garage, fuel allowances go unused and international conferences are cancelled for the foreseeable future. What kinds of perks can employers offer to staff who are working remotely, temporarily or into the long term? Three experts weigh in.
As Australia sinks into a deep post-pandemic recession, a number of academics and tax system experts are demanding tax reform be put at the top of the government's agenda.
Jim Stanford is on a mission to prove economics is a powerful tool that every worker can use to shape our world.
After five years of consultation with regulators, standard-setting groups and other key stakeholders worldwide, the Monitoring Group of international financial regulators has released its way forward for revising the governance structure for setting standards in audit and ethics.
While businesses in several sectors pivot their operations to stay afloat, the travel industry needs to venture further while being very much grounded.
What Fadi Mawal CPA thought was just an interim employment plan turned out to be the start of an immensely rewarding career path.
Businesses that consciously seek board diversity might be going about it the wrong way, experts say. Board diversity is an outcome, not a driver, of excellent governance.