Canadian CPA and entrepreneur Ryan Lazanis returns in this second instalment on ditching the traditional office and running a remote accounting firm – a topic many local accounting firm owners will find insightful.
Canadian CPA and entrepreneur Ryan Lazanis shares his tale of striking out on his own – and ditching the traditional office in the process, shining a light on what’s possible for accountants in Australia and New Zealand.
There has been a massive shift in the global workforce when it comes to the concept of flexible working, with more and more business owners warming up to the idea of allowing their employees more choice when it comes to their work arrangements.
If current population trends continue, Australia will have 40 million people within 40 years, putting enormous strain on infrastructure – but there are a couple of emerging trends which could help alleviate the worst of it.
It’s no surprise to anyone who has a long commute that working remotely is listed as the one of the top preferences for employees. Yet thousands of Australians journey to fulfil their eight-hour ‘work’ requirement every day.
Being across the newest technology is vital for running a profitable, relevant and efficient business – but keeping up can be a hassle coupled with a burden
The role of sleep in peak cognitive performance is undisputed — so why are we taking our work home with us?
Ever wanted to travel around the country but keep your bookkeeping business going? Well, it’s very much possible.