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How Melissa Voss CA turned a work pain into a business
Melissa Voss CA experienced firsthand the frustrations of practice admin, so she created FuseDocs to automate the process...
How listening to clients helped a young firm find its niche
Targeted marketing may be in vogue, but some firms are taking a different approach to attracting the right clients...
No excuses for unfair pay
The gender pay gap may be a stubborn and frustrating problem, but that is no reason to divert attention elsewhere...
How women can climb in professional services
Why do so few women still reach the top in professional services? A new book by accountant Alison Temperley reveals how to climb faster and higher...
The numbers that reveal a strong case for change
The gender pay gap in the accounting sector is real. Fixing it means looking at the ‘why’ and ‘how’ behind the ‘what’...
Acuity Jun-Jul 2021 issue is out now
Accounting has an embarrassing gender pay gap – up to 37% in Australia and 51% in NZ. How do we fix it? Find out in Acuity’s latest issue...
Juliet Bourke: Why corporate “clones” threaten business success
Juliet Bourke will explain how diverse thinking teams build a stronger business at the CA ANZ Women in Business Conference 2022...
What do CAs earn?
CAs’ average earnings across Australia and New Zealand, the most in-demand skills, and why the gender pay gap persists...
How job sharing can help keep women in senior roles
Is job sharing the next big thing in flexible work? And could it fix the gender pay gap that confronts experienced women CAs?...
Accountants should act on gender pay gap
New ways of working can create a more inclusive workplace, narrow the gender pay gap, attract talented professionals and prompt growth...
Why are women accountants leaving their jobs?
A study by accounting researchers Carly Moulang CA and Alessandro Ghio pinpoints how firms can keep their female staff...
Where are the women in insolvency?
Just 8.5% of Australia’s registered insolvency practitioners are women. In New Zealand, it’s about 20%. How can that change?...
How to make networking work for women
Four-hour golf games aren’t the way busy women connect. These women in senior roles share the ways they network instead...
Support act: Kim Jay CA
Kim Jay CA is director of Initiative Group on the Sunshine Coast and volunteers as treasurer for Friends of the Hound...
Chartered Accountants named Women of Influence finalists
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) is celebrating the finalists of the 2021 Women of Influence Awards including two Chartered Accountants and those in the CA ANZ sponsored...