Investment in human capital will drive future market capitalization in most companies.
Human resource and talent management
Finance leaders should take steps to provide more than just a decent salary to develop and retain staff.
Veronica McCann, CGMA, a former division CFO at Commerzbank in Singapore, shares tips on developing future finance leaders.
Six federal agencies issued voluntary standards that are designed to promote diversity and inclusion at the organizations they regulate in the financial services industry.
The SEC proposed rules that would require public companies to disclose how their executive compensation relates to the company’s financial performance.
As work/life balance becomes a higher priority for professionals worldwide, more companies are offering staff the opportunity to work remotely.
Many organizations are having difficulty finding skilled talent. This infographic explores the methods employers are using to attract top candidates and innovate their talent searches.
Some familiar risks are top-of-mind for executives and board members, and new concerns are emerging as well, according to survey results released Monday.
The financial planning and analysis department at Baker Hughes is more valuable and more collaborative thanks to a three-step employee-development process, the company’s Michael Kinney, CPA, explains.
Companies across the globe are embracing the “open workforce” model, a trend that has been fueled by globalization and digitization.
Economic optimism is up from a year ago, led by brighter projections in revenue, profits, and hiring, according to the latest quarterly survey of finance executives in business and industry by the AICPA. Availability of skilled personnel is a rising concern.
Employee benefit plan administrators have a lot to consider when hiring a financial statement auditor. Here’s what to look for when seeking a firm for this important service.
CPAs in business and industry face intense competition to land a coveted CFO job. Learn how to best prepare yourself for the role.
As leaders in the accounting profession come to understand the business case for diversity and inclusion, they often have a similar quandary. “The next natural question is, ‘So what do I do about it?’ ” said Kenneth Bouyer, CPA, chairman of the AICPA National Commission on Diversity & Inclusion and
The 40th anniversary of ERISA’s enactment is a good time to look back at the problems with pensions that the legislation was intended to solve, and the problems that face today’s and tomorrow’s retirees, who increasingly must provide for their own retirement.
A professionwide effort to grow the ranks of underrepresented minorities in accounting has been developed by the Howard University School of Business Center for Accounting Education’s Pipeline Working Group, supported by the AICPA. The initiative is focusing on reaching out to high school and community college students in an effort to create a pipeline of talent to the profession.
Know your business’s responsibilities under the Affordable Care Act.
New health care regulations create many challenges and opportunities for businesses. Here are 10 things CPAs should know about the new rules to help the businesses they serve make wise decisions.
U.S. finance professionals are feeling good on a number of fronts. They are optimistic about the U.S. economy and their own businesses. Most expect to make a higher profit than they did a year ago, and an increasing number say they’d like to hire additional staff. That last part is,
Senior financial executives in Canada are increasing their oversight of human resources, but many rate their knowledge of HR functions as moderate or average, according to a new survey. Sixty-one percent of Canadian financial executives reported that they have taken on more accountability for HR functions such as payroll, recruitment,