Flexible work arrangements offer a potential win-win for both job-seekers and employers, but making them run well needs trust and good management of several key issues, say the experts.
As CFO of Bank South Pacific, which has the largest branch network in Papua New Guinea and South Pacific markets, Ronesh Dayal CPA is constantly seeking to fine-tune the bank’s operations.
Eva Kaminski CPA is CFO of GO Healthy, an Auckland-based natural supplements company that produces and distributes a range of natural health products. Kaminski was previously employed by L’Oréal for more than a decade, the last five of which she served as CFO of the company’s New Zealand division. Here, she shares her typical workday.
As ideas about traditional office structures are challenged, barriers are breaking down and employees are learning to work remotely. Trust, it turns out, is a key element in making remote work successful.
Looking back on a finance career that mirrors few others, Sergei Jansons FCPA is retiring after a professional life that took him to the Big Apple, South-East Asia, the Congo and, finally, the Top End of Australia.
Attracting and retaining the best accounting talent is often a challenge for small- to medium-sized practices (SMPs), and in the current jobs environment it has become even more difficult. Here’s what accounting practices need to know.
The role of the management accountant has been transformed from number cruncher to a storyteller whose data-driven insights are shaping business decisions.
Many people have an entrepreneurial streak but are not ready to switch from full-time employment to starting their own business. They might need the security of a regular pay cheque or think their idea is too risky for a total commitment. A “side hustle” can be a good compromise.
Nouzab Fareed FCPA has risen from humble beginnings to become group CEO of Fijian Holdings Limited.