CFOs are well aware that employees generally don’t like change – especially when it challenges the status quo or modifies a policy they’ve grown accustomed to.
Policy and culture
OSHA just levied one of its largest ever COVID-19-related fines: $136,000. The reason? The business wouldn’t let its employees wear masks. We’re not talking about a massive business or even a healthcare facility. At any given time, each of Liberty Tax Service of Lynn’s two locations would have between five and six people working on-site. […]
Is your company looking to resume “normal” office life soon? To avoid costly retention issues, you may want to focus on flexibility.
In today’s workforce, it’s becoming more common for companies to foster longstanding independent contractor relationships.
Are you and your finance team still wondering exactly what to expect for business travel recovery during the rest of 2021 and beyond?
As much as your finance department dislikes scrutinizing expense reports, travelers may disdain filling them out even more.
Your finance team deals with pushback and resistance – which can negatively affect your operations and bottom line – all the time.
Of all the aspects of company operations that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, business travel may take the cake.
The year 2020 was an extremely challenging one for CFOs and their companies. But you persevered – and learned a lot of important lessons.