Have Virtual Workers? Here’s What to Tell Them
Chances are, some of your staff is working remotely at least some of the time. Make sure they understand how to avoid falling into a perilous career trap.
California Law Mandating Women Directors Is Challenged
A second lawsuit is filed seeking to have the law struck down, claiming it violates the U.S. Constitution's equal protection clause.
High Demand for CFOs Creates Career Opportunities
But finance chiefs in job-search mode should take care not to take advantage of an opportunity prematurely, a top recruiter says.
10 Essential Ways to Strengthen Your Network
Networking poorly is worse than not doing it at all. Gary Burnison, CEO of Korn Ferry, explains why the most effective way to network is by helping others.
Another Roadblock for Women: Performance Reviews
Men tend to get more helpful feedback during performance reviews than women do, experts say.
As Brexit Draws Near, Are Companies Ready?
Smart leaders have done major contingency planning, but even they don't know what's actually going to happen, as Brexit will be a first-of-its-kind event.
Will Saudi Oil Strikes Hamper Supply Chains?
The impact will likely be mostly in the short term, but only if there isn't another production-depleting incident.
Few Companies Have an Adequate CFO Succession Plan
Four in five finance chiefs say there's not currently anyone in the company ready to take over the role, a survey reveals.
How Will Tariff-Driven Price Hikes Affect Sales?
Some consumer goods companies are increasing prices, but there are signs of renewed price sensitivity among buyers, says Korn Ferry's Craig Rowley.
Labor Costs Will Skyrocket Over the Next Decade
With the talent shortage only expected to worsen, companies will have to pay big bucks to hire and retain top talent.
Think There’s a Talent Shortage Now? Just Wait
The ever-widening gap between employers' needs and workers' skills could drive massive lost financial opportunities over the next decade-plus.