HR & talent management
At its spring meeting, the AICPA Council voiced support for the Pipeline Acceleration Plan and decided to move forward with development of a national strategy focused on boosting the accounting profession’s talent outlook.
A lower percentage of companies are seeking new employees and increasing the benefits for their current workers, according to a survey of audit partners.
Reviews focused on career goals and needs can better enable employees to succeed.
Company leaders leaning into the opportunity presented by the evolving ESG landscape share their success stories during the 2023 Future of Finance Virtual Summit.
A keynote speaker at the upcoming AICPA & CIMA CFO Conference recounts the reaction he first got from his boss to a TEDx talk about managing people that has since gone viral.
The chief accounting officer of Workday shares on technology and talent strategy, zero-day close, and accounting’s role in driving value creation.
Most respondents in a quarterly survey are worried about inflation. But there’s a bit of a thaw in pessimism since the fourth quarter of last year. Learn more in this podcast episode with transcript.
Kapil Mehta, CPA, CGMA, is CFO and COO at Allied Digital Services LLC in Torrance, Calif.
A workforce transformation expert explains why it’s encouraging to her that CFOs are focusing more on people issues in this podcast episode with transcript.
Asking employees the right questions can give organizations what they need to know to hold onto staff. Learn how, when, and why to gather this valuable feedback.
A bank CFO shares why he became an early adopter of a new apprenticeship program, how it’s helping with his organization’s talent issues, and why peers now call him “the apprenticeship guy.”
A keynote speaker at two recent AICPA & CIMA conferences shares her talent development-related hopes for 2023 in this podcast episode with transcript.
CPA leaders, including AICPA & CIMA CEO Barry Melancon, reflect on lessons they will take away from the Future of Finance Summit and offer their hopes for 2023.
Why are some company executives optimistic about business goals when most of them predict a recession in the coming months? A PwC partner analyzes the sentiment and how leaders are approaching talent in the new year.
Employers and employees alike are looking for sustained success in the workforce — no easy task but one that is achievable, even in tough economic times.
AICPA and the U.S. Department of Labor sign the first three companies to a program aimed at addressing talent shortage in accounting and finance.
Most CFOs expect to offer a hybrid work model for the foreseeable future, a decision that may help with talent acquisition but that could create new obstacles related to talent retention.
Nearly four in five hiring managers in finance “expect to have to work hard” to attract and retain talent over the next year after three-fourths dealt with retention issues over the past year.
Struggling to hold on to employees or find new ones, more companies expect to raise pay and offer flexible work options, a survey of CPA decision-makers shows.
Recruiting and retention are difficult in an environment where employees have lots of options. Not-for-profits can emphasize their mission and use many other strategies to stay fully staffed.