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Policies and Practices
A third of states now require employers to conduct COVID safety training with employees. Read on to see if your state is one of them. The Clear Law Institute compiled a list of all the states with training requirements for coronavirus workplace safety. These states now require COVID safety training: California Connecticut Illinois Kentucky Maine […]
Have a disaster recovery (DR) plan? That puts you ahead of many of your peers.
The clarity of your finance department’s policy manual can be the difference between polished processes and confused chaos.
You know what makes a bad password: 12345, 11111 or even password itself! But there’s new research on the passwords that get hacked the most often. And they’re different from the usual suspects.
As CFO, you know your relationships with important trading partners can have a huge impact on your business’s success.
Businesses impacted by the massive storms that hit Texas recently will receive some temporary disaster tax relief. IRS just announced that businesses will now have until June 15, 2021 to file returns and pay any taxes that were originally due from February 11 on. What falls under the tax relief: various 2020 business returns due […]
There’s no denying that the finance staffers you hire can make a big difference in your company’s overall efficiency and success.
Looks like fraud and COVID go hand in hand! The still-raging coronavirus pandemic is inflicting a spike in financial scams on businesses everywhere. A staggering nine in 10 of your peers have witnessed an overall increase in fraud at the end of last year. And 44% add it’s a “significant” increase. So finds the Association […]
Whether it’s occupational fraud, a staffer dispute or another sticky situation, every company is susceptible to a workplace investigation.
Your finance team deals with pushback and resistance – which can negatively affect your operations and bottom line – all the time.
Nothing holds up your finance department’s payment process quite like approvers who won’t verify invoices in a timely fashion.
Stay sharp, finance pros. IRS just published guidance on security awareness, warning you to watch out for scams in late 2020 and early 2021.
As much as your finance department dislikes scrutinizing expense reports, travelers may disdain filling them out even more.
With occupational fraud running rampant in the business world, CFOs and their finance departments must be on guard at all times.
Though business travel was slowed by the pandemic, it’s starting to pick up again, and trip approval requests will be trickling in.
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