Change is hard. Everybody knows that. But a new survey says top-level execs don’t seem to recognize just how much strain change is putting on their employees.
The holidays are officially here – and for many companies, they may look a little (or a lot) different this year.
So CFOs’ 2014 marching orders at most companies are clear: Maintain a cost-conscious culture while enabling top-line growth.
It’s hard to imagine asking your problem employees not to act like, well, like assholes. Here’s a company that actually makes its workers sign off on it.
You know all about the costs associated with hiring new blood in the Finance department, but the real cash drain takes place when you hire the wrong person.
When it comes to fraud, no one’s above suspicion. But there are some commonalities among the folks most likely to steal from your company.
He or she may not be wielding a chainsaw or lurking around a campground, but that doesn’t mean your boss isn’t a psychopath.
The year 2020 was an extremely challenging one for CFOs and their companies. But you persevered – and learned a lot of important lessons.
Here’s some very expensive proof that “soft” issues like employee morale can have a very hard impact on your company’s bottom line.
Looks like many people are experiencing some “trust issues” – with their bosses. And no matter which side of the org chart you’re on, that’s troubling news.
So you have an open position for a supervisor in one of your finance departments. Where do you look to fill it?
Now’s a good time to check in on your staffers’ stress levels. A disturbing 56.7% of accounting professionals said their workplace has a negative impact on their mental health.
To get to where you are, you had to demonstrate not only excellent financial knowledge and experience, but great leadership skills.
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