Finance News & Insights

Turnover reaches all-time high: How much is it costing you?

You never want to see a good employee leave your company. But it’s likely happening more than ever. And costing you a bundle.
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10 warning signs you may be about to lose a valued Finance staffer

Think you know the signs when a Finance staffer’s about to quit — having lots of doctor appointments, showing up in a suit, etc.? Well, according to new research, the cues that someone is about to jump ship are much subtler.  [Read more…]

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Handling the staffers who can’t weather the pace of change

Good thing: Many U.S. companies are reinventing themselves, preparing for success in a ever-accelerating business climate. Bad thing: Some of your Finance employees just aren’t going to be able to keep up.   [Read more…]

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Will your Finance staffers be testing the job market?

How stable is your Finance staff? Looks like there could be a lot of movement in the job market over the next several months.   [Read more…]

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Subtle signs an employee is getting ready to jump ship

When a dependable employee suddenly jumps ship, employers often act shocked by the news. [Read more…]

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The silver lining of steadily increasing CFO turnover

If you’re thinking of jumping ship, you’re not alone – CFO turnover is up for the third year in a row with one industry up to almost 20%. A new survey explains why so many CFOs are on the move. [Read more…]

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Hiring a bad employee can cost more than you’d think

Nobody wants to make a bad hire. But you may be surprised by just how much a single mistake can cost. [Read more…]

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The real cost of losing employees

Here’s why a raise may cost less than letting an employee quit. [Read more…]

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Turnover crisis: How bad is going to get?

Worldwide, turnover rates are expected to rise significantly over the next five years. But here in this country employers are expected to feel it the most. [Read more…]

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Wellness is working — but there's room to improve

Good news: There’s some convincing evidence that wellness programs are really starting to pay off for employers. [Read more…]

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