Prepare yourself and the Payroll department for the complaints now.
While running internal audits has become a fairly common practice, some firms are taking it a step further.
Honesty is usually the best policy — unless, of course, you’re in a job interview, and the answer to “What are your weaknesses?” is “I’m an alcoholic and do not deserve this job.”
At most places, drinking at work would result in immediate termination. But at this place, it was an everyday activity — until recently.
A major pest control company recently learned a tough lesson about the difference between sales activities and services, as well as how much misclassifying employees as overtime exempt can cost.
Wait! Before your Accounts Payable departments cuts another check for an independent contractor, you’ll want to take a look at two major court rulings that came out in recent weeks.
In a perfect world, A/R would always be busy receiving payments from your customers and there’d be no lag between making a sale and getting the payment. But, unfortunately, that’s not the case.
Overtime pay’s great … when you’re the one earning it! But for employers it’s a major expense and a major headache.
Worried employees may be tempted to use their corporate credit cards improperly? Consider adding these measures to your company’s T&E policy.
Considering T&E is the second largest expense for most companies, CFOs always have to keep an eye on the business travel industry.
President Obama has long been in favor of getting rid of the corporate jet loophole. Now he’s adding … flavored vodka to the list?
Critical thinking is a staple of college education, but it’s a skill that should carry on well after college.
Even with fuel and travel costs on the rise, there’s no reason to let these expenses ground your bottom line.
To operate effectively, stay compliant and keep trading partners content, your company needs a best-in-class invoice process.
Is your 401(k) investment committee doing everything it should? With Finance execs being asked to take a more active role in their companies’ retirement plans, that’s a question that needs to be examined on a regular basis.
Fact: Benefits are surpassing salaries as the most important perk to employees. But did these companies step out of line to enforce their benefits policies?
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