Finance News & Insights

New trend in biz travel will have CFOs excited

As CFO chief, you’re always trying to hammer home the importance making more economical choices when employees are traveling for business. Well, good news — it looks like the message is finally starting to sink in. [Read more…]

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The state of biometrics: Where your peers are going all in

Less than a decade ago, you would’ve been hard-pressed to find a handful of your peers relying on biometrics like fingerprint scanners and facial recognition for business and security purposes. But times have changed. [Read more…]

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What nearly half of CFOs are lacking with their tech investments

For virtually all CFOs, there’s more digitization in the future. But will those IT investments be made as wisely as could be? And can finance pros even tell if they’re not?  [Read more…]

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Most bosses take part in March Madness, but don’t want their staff to do the same

More than 70% of bosses and managers will take part in some type of March Madness pool this season, but many of these same managers have some serious reservations about allowing or encouraging their direct reports to do the same. [Read more…]

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What 55% of Finance pros don’t know about their own policies

While most Finance pros can recite the ins and outs of their policies ad nauseum, an alarming number of employers don’t have any way of knowing if and when their internal policies are being violated. [Read more…]

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Here’s how many of your peers will pass along tax law savings to staffers?

You’ve seen plenty of news stories about giant corporations that are passing along the savings from the new tax law to their employees. But until now, it’s been tough to get a picture of just how many employers, percentage wise, are actually going to make such a move. [Read more…]

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Workplace fraud: How employees’ silence is hurting your bottom-line

Most companies are in dire need of employees who aren’t afraid to speak up when it comes to financial improprieties at work. [Read more…]

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How finance chiefs are faring with their CEOs: What your peers said

CFOs spend a lot of time focusing on their interactions with Finance staffers to make sure they’re as strong and effective as possible. But how’s it going with their CEOs? [Read more…]

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Retirement plans: An involuntary step 97% of folks are glad their companies took

Employees are finally starting to come around to retirement savings tactics they had seen as intrusive and sneaky just a few short years ago. [Read more…]

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What CFOs can do to control the 10 most costly conditions for health plans

CFOs know well that a small number of health conditions – such as diabetes and heart disease – make up the lion’s share of most their insurance claims costs. [Read more…]

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