13 June 2016
Why would you want to join the Boyce Cadetship Program? Well, there are lots of reasons! It will kick start your career and provides generous financial support through textbook allowance and paid study and exam leave, but most importantly, you get a clearly defined career path.
Our Cadetship Program is designed for students who live in regional NSW and are undertaking a degree in a related field such as commerce, economics, business or accounting. Cadet’s gain valuable practical on the job experience whilst completing their degree.
10 June 2016
Fair Work Australia recently handed down its decision to apply a 2.4% increase to the minimum wage with effect from the first pay period commencing on or after 1 July 2016.
The national minimum wage will increase from $656.90 per week or $17.29 per hour to $672.70 a week or $17.70 an hour. The hourly rate has been calculated on the basis of a 38 hour week for a full-time employee. This constitutes an increase of $15.80 per week.
10 June 2016
From riding motorbikes and swimming in Lake Jindabyne, to trekking in Napal - we take a look at Carmen’s childhood memories, important lessons learned in life and quirky habits.
1. What are three words to describe you? Determined, loyal, and passionate.
13 May 2016
From her baked New York cheesecake, to braiding show horses - we take a look at Julie’s childhood memories, important lessons learned in life and quirky habits.
1. What are three words to describe you? Energetic (most of the time), hermit (on the weekends), fun.
14 March 2016
On the 1st of March, Boyce, in conjunction with the University of New England (UNE) Business School, unveiled an exciting new program to provide Bachelor of Accounting students with a scholarship and a clearly defined career path with Boyce - Australia’s leading regional accounting firm.
The program is in memory of Tony Quirk, a former Boyce Director who studied at UNE prior to joining our Moree branch in 1991. Tony was appointed as a Director of the firm at age 27 – the youngest person ever to be elevated to this position. Tragically, Tony passed away in February 2005 at the age of 34.