Everybody dreads having those “difficult conversations” with employees about personal issues. Here are some examples of how they can be handled gracefully — including the actual words to use.
Every workplace has negative people who erode morale, and Finance staffs are no exception. These corrosive personalities aren’t always easy to pick out of a crowd, but they can do an amazing amount of damage over time.
The U.S. Census Bureau holds an economic census during every year ending in 2 or 7, and that means 2017 is an economic census year.
While most employees are living paycheck to paycheck, there are reasons why funds will sometimes sit in your company’s bank account long after payday – and now, state laws about reporting unclaimed property are changing.
For many finance managers, especially newer ones, performance-based conversations are uncomfortable. But these conversations are a critical part of the job and saying the wrong thing during these conversations can demoralize employees – especially if those staffers are already struggling.
Tired of receiving expense reports listing hotel costs that aren’t compliant with your travel policy?
Here’s a surprise: A substantial number of workers at medium-sized companies wouldn’t recognize their chief executive if they met them in the hall.
Finance staffers have been urging employees to ask questions and shop around for less-costly, high quality health care for years now — and it looks like many employees are finally heeding the call.
A new court ruling could change the way some organizations handle the cost-sharing structure of their benefit plans.
Now may be a good time to make some decisions about what your company’s approach to paid parental leave should be moving forward.