Professor Allan Fels AO is turning his formidable skills in advocating for fairness and equity to helping migrant and vulnerable workers, and improving life for people with mental illness.
Many CPA Australia members are concerned by proposals to change the franking credits system.
When Dr Jonathan King discovered people outside Australia's major cities could not access mental health care he decided he had to do something about it, and Lysn was born.
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The automobile industry is facing unprecedented disruption and, according to Britta Seeger, member of the Daimler AG board of management responsible for Mercedes-Benz Cars marketing and sales, it has to address the changing needs of consumers.
Tony Gill, professor of political science at the University of Washington, believes in tipping, and he has a favourite story about it.
A generous parental leave policy benefits both employees and their employer.
Small and medium-sized accounting firms are dipping their toes into data engineering, the plumbing behind data-driven advisory.
From tone policing to being the default note taker and party planner, the emotional labour women of all levels face comes at a cost to their careers and wellbeing.
Apart from moral and ethical reasons to ensure the mental health of employees, the financial argument is compelling.
An accountant for more than 25 years with a long career at EY, as well as a frequent ironman competitor, Bernard Poon FCPA's life is a juxtaposition of skill and passion, offering a wealth of insight for the profession's new generation.
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