What happens when a mentee-mentor relationship continues throughout two careers and results in the mentee becoming the employer and the mentor becoming the employee? Two CPAs share their experiences.
Fewer of us are retiring in the traditional sense of leaving the workforce entirely. Nowadays, older workers are often semi-retired, reducing their hours or taking freelance or part-time gigs that give them time for travel and other pursuits.
Tourism is booming globally but not everyone is celebrating, as residents question the economic benefits and ecologists point to environmental damage from overtourism.
Here's what to expect from the "forgotten generation" - Gen X - as they quietly transform the workplace from the inside out.
Ex-military jobs can be hard to find. Sean Leong CPA is using software and training to connect former soldiers with employers seeking to fill skills gaps in their workforce.
Would you be willing to spend 10 to 15 years working two jobs, living in rented student-style digs and saving and investing every possible dollar, if it meant you could retire in your 30s? A growing number of millennials think FIRE is worth the sacrifice.
Accountants practising in regional areas say it’s so rewarding they couldn’t live anywhere else. New technology has shrunk the problem of distance, offering a bigger and more varied client base, while the relaxed lifestyle is great for raising a family. Here's why regional accounting firms are a win-win.
Apart from moral and ethical reasons to ensure the mental health of employees, the financial argument is compelling.
Why would you work for a not-for-profit or charity? How does it compare with for-profit organisations? Three CPA Australia members share their insights.
The exodus of ageing baby boomers from the workforce means organisations risk losing access to valuable institutional knowledge. Read on for ways to share skills and experience and turn boomers into boomerangs.