Gender equality in the Malaysian Workplace – final report (PDF)
In this report on Gender Equality in the Malaysian Workplace, CPA Australia reflects on the views of members and non-members on the underrepresentation of women in senior roles, the gender pay gap and the impact of having a family on women’s careers.
Malaysian Business Sentiment 2019/20 (PDF)
The Malaysian Business Sentiment Survey 2019/20 highlights the views of senior Malaysian business leaders on their business, including how they are responding to the environment they face. The report is by Monash University Malaysia, and was undertaken with the support of CPA Australia.
Hong Kong economic sentiment survey 2020 (PDF)
A survey of members in Hong Kong on their forecasts for the Hong Kong economy and business conditions in 2020.
Technology and the future of the profession report (PDF)
A literature review on robotic process automation, blockchain, artificial intelligence and data analytics, and how accounting professionals can continue to thrive in the face of these developments.
Greater Bay Area initiative: Factors important to its success (PDF)
CPA Australia’s report on the factors members identify as important to the success of the Greater Bay Area initiative. These were identified through a member survey and in consultation with member experts.
Asia-Pacific Small Business Survey
Data from CPA Australia’s Asia-Pacific Small Business Survey 2017 found that businesses with a focus on technology, (including ecommerce, social media and cybersecurity), innovation and exporting are significantly more likely to be growing and creating jobs than those that are not.
CPA Australia workplace flexibility survey 2016: Survey report (PDF)
A CPA Australia survey of the likelihood of requesting workplace flexibility, the reasons for seeking to work flexibly, the perceived impacts of flexible work on career and confidence in becoming a senior business leader.
CPA Australia work environment survey 2016: Survey report (PDF)
A CPA Australia survey on what factors are most likely to influence job seekers, and attitudes towards open plan offices and flexible working arrangements.