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  1. Director courses help accountants get board ready

    Having a head for numbers is prized as a company director, but ‘softer’ skills can come in useful in the boardroom...

  2. Build soft skills to future-proof your career

    What broader skills help chartered accountants’ careers? Five CAs reveal what soft skills are useful and where to get them...

  3. What do CAs earn?

    CAs’ average earnings across Australia and New Zealand, the most in-demand skills, and why the gender pay gap persists...

  4. 5 fundamental principles that govern every CA

    How should the fundamental principles of CA ANZ’s Code of Ethics guide accountants’ behaviour in the real world?...

  5. Gender pay gap proving tough to fix

    Paying equal wages for equal work was made law half a century ago, so why are women CAs earning 72% of what male CAs do?...

  6. How to sell what you do

    Accountants aren’t noted as self-promoters, but it’s crucial to be able to sell your skills. So how do you do it? It might be time to read the book on the subject...

  7. Calling on seasoned CAs to help tech start-ups

    John Stewart FCA and Fishburners CEO Pandora Shelley talk to Acuity about how the CA Start-Up Adviser Program is a worthwhile learning experience for both parties...

  8. Can you handle the truth? Trust, ethics and automation

    December 2018 issue of Acuity tackles the big issues. EY Fellow for Trust and Ethics Clare Payne shoots down weasel words, and we look at how robotic process automation (RPA) could save accountants...

  9. How self-interest could be the key to workplace diversity

    What does diversity mean in the workplace? And how can we best achieve it? Diversity champions Ken Woo FCA and Catherine Fox trade views on the best way to get business leaders backing the cause...

  10. The silver lining on staff turnover

    Conventionally seen as a negative, staff turnover is now recognised by leading organisations for the opportunities it offers...

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