In the current economic climate, simply having a job may be seen as a ‘win’. For those seeking employment, does that mean you should accept the first role that comes your way?
Ann-Marie Johnston FCPA has forged her unique career path by playing to her strengths: determination, passion for her work and the ability to see potential in unusual places.
The pandemic has changed how we work – and where we work from. How much will it change demand for key accounting skills? Three experts weigh in.
Anthony Lau FCPA and Miranda Chan acknowledge that the strength of their working relationship lies in balancing their different personalities, work styles and skill sets to arrive at shared goals.
The start-up founders of our collective imagination are bright young trailblazers - the Gates, the Jobs, the Zuckerbergs. In reality, the average age of a successful start-up founder is closer to 45.
In the financial world, curiosity carries negative connotations. But asking an extra question as an accountant isn’t always going too far. Often, it is the best way to break boundaries and discover better practices.
Celebrated thought leader and former dot.com business executive Seth Godin tells INTHEBLACK how accountants can turn stalled projects into success stories.
With contrasting philosophies and backgrounds, it wasn’t always a given that Songyao Goh CPA would work at his father’s financial services business, GYK Consulting. Now that he does, it’s apparent that their differences are a strength, rather than a weakness.
Inverting the stereotypical image of mentorship can spark several benefits, including keeping younger employees engaged and enthusiastic.
Jarrad Young CPA is proof that when accountants put their mind to it, they can accomplish anything – including 1000 push-ups in under an hour.