If you want to lock in your best finance staffers and keep them happy, productive and long-term, think about having regular “stay interviews.” These ongoing conversations engage top-performing employees before they become dissatisfied by providing them plenty of growth opportunities. And they can be especially critical now as what retains employees is changing. 4 ways […]
It may not shock you that 38% of people say they’ve hit their limits as far as virtual meetings go. Zoom fatigue is real, confirms a recent Robert Half survey. The novelty of seeing their co-workers on a computer screen has worn off, some 10 months into the coronavirus pandemic. Beware the biggest pet peeves […]
Now’s a good time to check in and assess your finance staffers’ job satisfaction. Because about one in four employees plans to look for a new job after the pandemic. That’s according to Prudential Financial’s Pulse of the American Worker Survey. The post-pandemic perspective So why do so many people want to jump ship? Many are […]
It’s a hard thing to admit … that your work culture may be toxic. But identifying the symptoms and finding the antidotes for them can quickly improve morale, engagement, retention and productivity. Let’s get started.
Have you ever heard of the Pirate Training Process?
Today’s employee believes a work-life balance is an essential part of overall job satisfaction. So, if your company doesn’t allow for this balance, you’re likely to see a lot of people jumping ship.
It’s time for the end of the year crunch, and that means stress levels in Finance are high. What better time to start cracking some jokes?
It’s time for your staff to receive some well-deserved appreciation! A/P Recognition Week will be celebrated Oct. 9 through Oct. 13.
Most companies are forced to tolerate some antisocial behavior from problem employees, but there are some very compelling reasons out there to do otherwise.
Between managing the COVID-19 pandemic, navigating a new normal and scrambling to finish everything necessary for year-end, your finance team may be feeling a bit burned out right now.
It’s quite the dilemma: Do you hire top talent at entry-level wages? Or will they resent the lower salary and find a new company? Before you decide, read what others have said about overqualified candidates.
If money is tight and raises just aren’t feasible, there’s another way to show employees that they’re valued: train them to do more.
The holidays are officially here – and for many companies, they may look a little (or a lot) different this year.
A new study says a lot of CFOs (83%) are feeling stressed out. And outdated systems may be to blame. According to DataRails, a financial planning and analysis platform for Excel users, 81% of CFOs say their daily workflows are more manually intensive than any of their fellow C-suite pros. Two hundred CFOs at companies […]
CFOs trying to mitigate the effects of the Great Resignation on their workforce may want to reconsider their compensation and benefits strategies – especially in light of inflation. As new Gartner research shows that many of your peers plan to take a conservative approach to salary adjustments due to inflation, additional data from the Pew […]
Travel and entertainment expenses have long been a sore spot for companies of all sizes. Guest poster Robert Neveu of Certify offers a look at how to develop organization-wide guidelines — and make them stick.
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