Employment and salary prospects for accountants are healthy across the board, but professionals with up-to-date expertise in data collection and analysis are most in demand, say recruitment specialists.
CPA Australia and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants – AICPA – have finalised a mutual recognition agreement that will see members able to work more freely in both countries. INTHEBLACK spoke to AICPA’s president and CEO Barry Melancon about the way forward.
The days of having a step-by-step career in one organisation are past, and new models of work are emerging. Changes once seen as radical are no longer seen as unusual, but to make them work takes planning, awareness and self-organisation. Michelle Gibbings outlines how to make a career leap.
Almost everyone has had that sinking feeling when they make a mistake at work. What tactics should you use to address a mistake - and salvage your professional reputation?
Look around a music gig and the last person you expect to see is the singer's accountant. But that's often where you'll find Perth-based FCPA and music specialist Kylie Thompson rocking out.
Pradeep Raj Raghu Raja Pillay CPA has scored a big victory in his fight for the early detection of autism in children.
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Mentors helped Nigel Mason FCPA find his direction as an accountant. Now at AirEng he has his own passion to develop businesses and people.
John Stavridis CPA is a captain and commander with the Royal Australian Navy, with years of service and military training. Why then did he choose to complete the CPA Program?
Being a job referee requires giving an honest account of someone's work history and performance, or does it? Are there instances where a referee can avoid revealing the truth and, if so, what are the implications?