Finance News & Insights

Meeting menaces: 4 employee types to keep in check

Come time for your monthly Finance meeting, you’re well prepared. A time was set, an agenda was emailed, and key points were outlined. This meeting is sure to be productive, right? [Read more…]

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‘That was a good meeting!’ 4 ways you can make ’em say it

Whether you’re holding a training session for your own staffers or leading a department-wide meeting, the big challenge remains the same:  [Read more…]

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Will common employee practices jack up your overtime exposure?

Too much to do and not enough time to do it – nothing new about that claim for many employees. What is new: how much that might soon cost your company.  [Read more…]

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How Finance can capitalize on the most productive day of the week

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Sure you’d like to think your finance staffers are working at maximum productivity levels every day of the week. [Read more…]

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Why year-end reviews are hurting more than helping

Six-month reviews, followed by a 12-month review. It’s standard practice, but it could be hurting your employees. [Read more…]

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Survey: 44% of meetings accomplish nothing [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you think your meetings could be run better, you’re not alone. [Read more…]

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3 things they want out of your finance meetings


If you had to guess what employees believe would make meetings more bearable, what would you choose? [Read more…]

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How to hold less boring meetings

No matter the department — accounting, sales, marketing, you name it — meetings often elicit eye-rolls and headaches from employees. What’s the culprit? [Read more…]

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Meetings: What your seat says about you

The next time you’re in a boring meeting, take note of where everyone is seated and decide if these descriptions paint an accurate picture of your co-workers’ personality types. [Read more…]

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6 strategies to spice up your next meeting

Meetings remain Public Enemy No. 1 for most employees. One of the main reasons? The dull factor. But no one will be able to accuse you of holding a dull meeting if you try one of these strategies. [Read more…]

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