During the last 12 months, career support has become the most popular strand of the many services provided by CABA, says Wendy Saunders, head of development at CABA.
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This time last year, CABA visited Cyprus to deliver a series of courses to ICAEW chartered accountants and, later this month, we are returning to deliver follow-ups in Nicosia, Limassol and Larnaca, writes Lucy Whitehall, wellbeing manager.
AccountingWEB editor John Stokdyk wrote a recent blog describing the experience of sitting in a room with more than 40 accountants at Accountex, who were doing nothing more than concentrating on their breathing.
The general outlook for the economy in 2014 is much better than it has been for some time, writes Kath Haines, chief executive of CABA.
While the vast majority of people working in the profession thoroughly enjoy the Christmas and New Year period, using it as a time to switch off from work and recharge their batteries, there are others who struggle for a wide variety of reasons, writes Wendy Saunders, head of development
At CABA, the courses that we hold are always well attended but even we have been surprised by the speed at which our series of four new Career Adaptability courses have become almost fully booked, writ
If you mention the debt problems of accountants, it sounds like the start of a mediocre joke, but the fact is that we see evidence regularly that a problem exists, writes Paul Day, debt support officer at CABA.
What is the area of CABA’s activity that spans the widest range of people, measured in their age and the scope of the issues they face?
When CABA produced its Wellbeing Report at the end of 2012, the number one concern cited among working accountants was job security, writes CABA's head of developmen