Category Archives: Management Accounting

Survey Reveals Biggest Challenge for New Managers

May 19, 2016 First-Time Managers Struggle Most With Balancing Own Job Duties While Overseeing Others Toronto, ON – New managers face a number of challenges, but which is the most daunting? According to Canadian CFOs interviewed for a Robert Half Management Resources survey, the most difficult part of becoming a manager is balancing individual responsibilities with time spent overseeing staff.

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30 Character Traits of Mentally Strong People

CPA assists businesses to adapt to climate change

After a truly terrible day at the office, in a quiet moment of reflection, you might marvel at the fact you had the fortitude to get through the whole experience without screaming (or quitting). You think, “How did I do it?” A likely factor: You are a mentally strong person. Mental strength can be a road map for personal success

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If You Don’t Save The Business Then It Could Cost You Your Career – Structure your business for success

STRUCTURE YOUR BUSINESS FOR SUCCESS CPD credit: One hour Date: March 23rd , 2016 Time: 12:30 – 1:30 Join us as this webinar is broadcast live on March 23rd, 2016 Click the following to register:

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How to Describe Your Work Ethic on Your Consulting Resume

Motivated? Driven? Strategic? Responsible? Even if these adjectives describe you as a professional, you should avoid using them when describing your work ethic on your resume for consulting jobs. As: Posted by Robert Half Management Resources on Friday, February 19, 2016 – 07:00 | Follow me Here’s why: They’re buzzwords. (For more examples, see this list from LinkedIn). These are the

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IFRS: Management Reports or MD & As…or both?

A short time ago someone asked me if the rumor was true. I asked “What rumor?” He replied, “The one about IFRS forcing public companies to file management reports when they file their financial statements with the Ontario Securities Commission. I thought they had to file Management Discussion and Analysis Reports (MD&A) with their statements. Is there a difference between

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Accounting & Finance – Talking Brass Tacks and Bottom Lines

TORONTO, July 9, 2015 /TheGAAP.net/ – For individuals on the outside it can often feel like those in the financial world use a language all their own, with enough acronyms, formulas and jargon to make their head spin. So it’s no surprise that financial professionals have trouble trying to get across complex financial information to coworkers. In a Robert Half Finance

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Accounting Firms: Follow These Hot Tips for Maximum Profit in 2015

  The New Year has come and gone, which means by now, we are all back in the flow of our daily routines. It’s not too late however, to make some new resolutions that can help your firm grow by significant leaps and bounds. By taking the tips from those that analyze the market, you can maximize profits for this

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