The candidate you hired looked good on paper and interviewed well, but you start to think you have made a hiring mistake. Here's what to do next.
The year-end offers good opportunities to build relationships. Here's how accounting firms can make the most of the time and improve their client and staff engagement.
Creativity has always been at the heart of human endeavours but in a time when information overload has become our daily reality, it can be hard to find the headspace for creative solutions. Sir Ken Robinson, appearing at the World Congress of Accountants (WCOA), explains how companies – and the individuals that comprise them – can cultivate the traits of imagination and creativity that lead to innovation.
Selling your public practice outright or passing it on to a family member aren’t the only paths available when it comes time to start planning for succession. Here are some of the many options.
It’s easy to emerge from a long meeting wondering why you were there and whether anything was achieved. Everyone complains about attending meetings, but there are ways to cut the time you spend in them.
The decision to retire is a personal one that’s often as much about your purpose for working as it is about your finances. We look at the signs that it could be time to move on, as well as how to plan for a successful retirement.
Blockchain is forecast to transform many industries by providing fast, verifiable transfer and tracking.
Leaders such as Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, and former Australian Test cricket captain Steve Smith have all been saying the same thing lately: "I'm sorry." What makes a good apology, and how can you tell whether the mea culpa is sincere?
Far from being a destructive force in the workplace, research shows that complaining at work can help break down silos and strengthen teams.
Can you absorb information better if it is delivered in three-to-five minute bites online? Welcome to microlearning.