More and more small and midsize businesses are changing the way they charge their customers — and in most cases, it’s music to a CFO’s ears.
Just a few short years ago, the idea of incorporating financial elements in a company-sponsored wellness program was a foreign concept for most firms.
Finance pros are notorious for being organized, deadline-driven and systematic. But unpredictable happenings in the office can put a wrench in even the most prepared CFO’s day.
Whether you’re definitely on board with cloud-computing or not, you’re most likely familiar with the basic concerns of it: data security, privacy, accessibility, etc. But here’s four aspects you may not have thought about.
In grade school you may have been told “never mind what your neighbor is doing,” but smart finance pros know that keeping an eye on what their peers are doing is smart business.
Occasionally, we like to offer success stories from other companies from across the U.S. This example of how one employer’s wellness plan helped staffers both financially and mentally comes courtesy of Tim O’Neil, manager of employee health and financial wellness at Meredith Corp., Des Moines, IA.
Excel spreadsheets are to Finance staffers what trucks are to, well, truck drivers. But an increasing number of CFOs are looking at the possibility of life without Excel.
Quick: Are you confident in the accuracy of the budgets other departments submit? Didn’t think so. You’ll have a different answer after employing these three strategies.
Electricity isn’t the only utility cost going up and up.
By now most employers are aware that employees’ overall financial wellness is an area they should be focusing on. But there’s one specific demographic that needs the most help here.
Lifecycle costing for an entire building isn’t a quick process. But here’s some planning help for your facility managers — and in the long run, for Finance.
CFOs everywhere are looking for Accounts Payable (AP) to take on a more strategic role. However, in order to make this happen, finance pros need to find a way to take many of the repetitive, non-value-added tasks off AP’s plate. In this guest post, Brent Meyers, the vice president of national sales for Nvoicepay, explains just […]
By obtaining better intelligence on energy consumption spending, CFOs can deliver a multitude of benefits to finance, and the business at large, writes guest poster Sanjoy Malik.
It’s not all about the 401(k) anymore.
A financial wellness program can be to your company’s health insurance what a safety program is to workers’ comp: a strategic way to control costs.
Everybody screws up sometimes. But when you’re the boss, the way you make amends means even more.
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