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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. One+One: Return to Work

    CA ANZ’s Mentor Exchange: Return to Work program connects members who have recently returned to the profession or are contemplating a career break...

  2. The apps that boost your communication game

    Good communication is an in-demand soft skill, but your route to clear messaging for humans can be helped with some apps and AI...

  3. 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...

  4. Why 2021 Client Choice winners are big on soft skills

    The winners of the Client Choice Awards 2021 have been announced, showing the key to business success lies in soft skills...

  5. Meet the CA volunteering in mental health: Renu Thomas CA

    Listening is Renu Thomas CA’s most important skill as a volunteer at suicide prevention service Samaritans, Wellington...

  6. The dos and don’ts of switching to work for a client

    In the wake of job cuts, you may receive job offers from former clients. Check non-competition clauses before saying ‘yes’...

  7. 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...

  8. Mentoring: Career advice for a not-for-profit role

    Mentor Mark Twomey CA has worked in not-for-profits for a decade and had good career advice for Pradhima Shyamsunder CA...

  9. Aswath Damodaran: The Jedi of valuations

    He’s known for his truth bombs, but Aswath Damodaran’s second law of valuation is that you have to be willing to be wrong...

  10. What are the legal implications of working from home

    For many of us, working from home has become the new normal in 2020. Here are some legal implications to be aware of...

  11. Meet the CA turned LEGO Master: Trent Cucchiarelli CA

    He showed that risk assessment and meeting tight deadlines are all in a day’s work, especially in a LEGO competition...

  12. Three tips on how to deliver bad news

    How do you tell clients their venture is beyond rescue without tying your stomach in knots? Peter Knight FCA shares his advice...

  13. 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...

  14. 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...

  15. Support act: Stephnie Hon CA shares her knowledge in PNG

    Stephnie Hon CA volunteered to give back to the community by lecturing post-grad students in Papua New Guinea...

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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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