How to get ahead at work...without leaving home
- Britain adopts objectivity framework. // Internal Auditor;Apr97, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p9
Deals with the guidance design released by the three accountancy bodies in Britain and Ireland to eliminate the guesswork regarding what types of additional services may be provided to audit clients. Ethical statement for the guidance; Views of Jack Maurice regarding the guidance; The...
- Sex and the professions in Canada. Armstrong, Pat; Armstrong, Hugh // Journal of Canadian Studies;Spring92, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p118
Argues that the literature on professions reveals a fundamental failure to conceptualize sex differences. Approaches to the definition of professions; Women in male-dominated professions; Katherine Marshall's operationalization of professions in the Canadian occupational structure; Patterns of...
- The bounce-back solution. Clarke, Caroline V. // Black Enterprise;Jul93, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p60
Offers a plan of action for rebounding from a career crisis when your job is on the line. Example of how Carol N. Cooper negotiated a career-threatening impasse at Somerville, N.J.-based Ethicon Inc.; Evaluate your work environment; Assess your skills and work style; Adjust your attitude;...
- Professional services boom down south. Zelade, Richard // International Business: Strategies for the Global Marketplace;Oct96, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p6
Presents information on spending on professional services in Latin America, according to a survey carried out by the Latin America Professional Services and Systems Integration Market. Findings of the survey.
- Professional directory. // Fairfield County Business Journal;3/4/96, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p30
Presents a directory of selected professional services in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Includes advertising agency; Legal directory; Real estate taxes.
- Service industries have no shortage of optimism. Harman, Liz // San Diego Business Journal;1/6/97, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p18
Focuses on the prospects for San Diego, California's professional services industry in 1997. Prediction that 1997 will be substantially better than 1996; Views of service field respondents in the seventh annual Deloitte & Touche/San Diego Business Journal Economic Outlook Survey.
- More jobs, more competition. // New Mexico Business Journal;Sep93, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p14
Offers advice for choosing careers projected to be in high demand in New Mexico. Number of graduates versus number of jobs; Health, construction and manufacturing as fast-growth industries; Expectations for government service, finance, transportation and public utilities; Report from the New...
- Working knowledge. Duffy, Tim // Business Mexico;Feb1998, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p42
Looks at the emergence of hot new jobs in Mexico. What are hot new jobs; Information on a survey sponsored by local universities; Details on traditional careers enjoying a high level of demand; Information on curriculum at the Autonomous technological Institute of Mexico; What are the demands...
- Value is best defense against trends. Shoup, Randy // Indianapolis Business Journal;12/30/96, Vol. 17 Issue 42, p5B
Offers suggestions on how to maintain a high-quality-oriented professional practice. Pressure to discount fees due the proliferation of new practitioners; How to maintain independence and autonomy.