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With so much going on, we recognise that students can be caught up in stressful environments and challenging situations. We aim to connect you to resources and information to help you navigate uncertain times, prioritising your own wellbeing and practicing self-care.

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  1. Using technology to combat labour shortages

    As the number of unfilled vacancies in the trades and services industry continues to soar, cloud technology is helping companies cope. Brought to you by simPRO...

  2. The next phase of hybrid work

    Effective digital workspaces are about so much more than allowing your software to be accessed remotely, writes Sam Allert, Reckon Group CEO. Brought to you by APS Software...

  3. Overcoming burnout in accounting

    Burnout is widespread among workers, not least those in professional services. CAs discuss what small to medium-sized accounting firms can do to prevent their workers ending up depleted...

  4. An easier way to administer investment trusts

    Class Trust cloud-based accounting software automates and standardises time-intensive processes in trust administration...

  5. Citizenship

    The global pandemic has forced us all to reassess the way we engage with each other and to reconsider what it means to be a good citizen. In 2021, a good citizen makes decisions based on their long-...

  6. The future of work is here: Hybrid workplaces

    The future of work is now - and it’s giving employees the best of both worlds. Find out what a hybrid workplace means for you...

  7. Inspire me

    Inspiration for global citizens through sound ethical decision making and the contribution of members...

  8. Extinguishing auditor burnout

    Auditors are prime candidates for burnout, but some accounting firms are dealing with mental health head on...

  9. Why we miss the water cooler

    Do you miss the banter at the printer or on your coffee run? Turns out those workplace interactions are very important...

  10. People Skills For The New Normal As We Work From Home

    People skills are now even more essential for managers as the workforce adjusts to the new normal and we work from home more frequently...

  11. Write-off: Poor communication skills could be a career killer

    A lack of face-to-face communication during COVID can lead to misunderstandings. Here’s why communication skills are crucial...

  12. Lockdown 2.0: how to support your team’s mental health and productivity

    No-one wants another lockdown, but the experience in Melbourne and Auckland has shown how easily it can happen...

  13. New Zealand’s roads to recovery

    All eyes are on New Zealand’s economic recovery, post-COVID-19. But which party is up to the task?...

  14. Time for another go at tax reform in Australia

    As the COVID-19 pandemic threatens to push Australia’s net debt to A$677 billion by 2021, is tax reform an ambition too far?...

  15. How will we reshape the post-pandemic office?

    Our enforced experiment with mass remote working may spark a radical rethink of the office post-COVID...

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If you or someone you know needs help during these challenging times, please contact:

In Australia

Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health, whatever their age and wherever they live. Reach out to Beyond Blue on 1300 224 636.

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Lifeline

A national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24-hour support and suicide prevention services. Access crises support chat or call 13 11 14.

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In New Zealand

Lifeline Aotearoa

Lifeline Aotearoa’s helpline and textline provides 24/7, confidential support from qualified counsellors and trained volunteers. Call on 0800 543 354 or text ‘Help’ to 4357.

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Youthline

Established to ensure young people know where to get help and can access support when they need it. Reach out on 0800 376 633 and send a text on 234.

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