The year 2020 was an extremely challenging one for CFOs and their companies. But you persevered – and learned a lot of important lessons.
Policy and culture
As CFO, you know your relationships with important trading partners can have a huge impact on your business’s success.
The holidays are officially here – and for many companies, they may look a little (or a lot) different this year.
Though business travel was slowed by the pandemic, it’s starting to pick up again, and trip approval requests will be trickling in.
Work looked different for most of this year … and so did the type of expenses employees tried to submit for reimbursement. We have 16 of the craziest business expenses of the year. See if you can guess which ones got green-lighted. You and your Accounts Payable staffers have seen some pretty crazy reimbursement requests […]
During the coronavirus pandemic, effective communication of T&E information has become even more critical than normal.
With the pandemic still affecting daily life – and some staffers finding they favor working at home – companies are looking to enhance their remote work policy.
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 […]
With the amount of data generated by Finance and Accounting, it’s easy for non-financial folks to slip into information overload. Which means tapping chart best practices can be the key to getting your message across and changing behavior. Charts and graphs will do just that. But most people aren’t using them in the most effective […]