Do you agree?
Do you agree?
“If you want the good life for you and your family, there are trade-offs. One of them may be that you have to show up to work, when no one else is there.”
“When the time comes to disclose your plans, think hard about what this really means, both for you and the employer.”
“With the economic downturn all but behind them, companies are looking to hire for the first time in years — and they are looking to hire top-level talent.”
You’ve submitted your resume but where does it go? The hope is into the hands of a hiring manager. It will probably pass through an applicant tracking system (ATS) first, but not always. In either…
An interesting article by London Business School professor, Gary Hamel, that translates Pope Francis’s address to the Roman Curia about the diseases of leadership into a language that leaders of corporations can understand.
“New research by APQC shows that only 40% of 130 finance executives from very large organizations rated their financial planning and analysis (FP&A) capabilities as effective…participants said their finance teams are always swamped by basic financial management duties…they have little time for, say, investigating cost drivers or testing the probable outcomes of bundling and pricing options.”
“As today’s companies drive new business strategies forward, internal audit should also be evolving at a similar pace in order to maintain the relevance and value it brings.”
“…most of what we think is “interviewing” is actually the pursuit of confirmation bias. Most interviews are a waste of time because 99.4 percent of the time is spent trying to confirm whatever impression the interviewer formed in the first ten seconds.”
Retail CFOs forecast 3.9% sales growth this year, driven by lower fuel prices and unemployment, a BDO study finds.