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.
Companies Near Gender Pay Parity, in a Sense
When it comes to men and women holding the same-level job, at the same company, and within the same function, on average their pay is almost equal: study.
Impacts of New Tax Law Still Fuzzy
Companies have barely begun to address capital-allocation issues related to the law, and they may need to adjust some workers' pay.
The Winter of CFOs’ Discontent?
Finance executives appear to be just as likely to be unhappy in their current jobs as other workers are.
Why You Should ‘Lose the Résumé’ to Land a Job
Everyone from recent college grads to Fortune 100 CEOs goes about job searches the wrong way, says Korn Ferry boss Gary Burnison.
Clicking with CEO Trumps Meeting Financial Goals
For CFOs to keep their jobs, relationships are more important than profits, Korn Ferry research suggests.
Emerging Best Practice: Promoting CFOs from Within
Succession plans are less risky when the new finance chief is an internal hire, a top talent expert says.
To Make CFO, Women Must ‘Raise Their Hand’
Increasing the number of women in top management is a shared responsibility between companies and female employees with leadership potential: Korn Ferry.