Antidote for CFOs in a Hurry: Meditation
A finance chief urges his peers to de-stress, sharpen their focus, and gain several other benefits by practicing meditation.
Many CFOs Paying a Premium for New Talent
More than half of U.S. CFOs surveyed by Robert Half reported offering more money for new hires, with an average pay increase of 10%.
Employees Want More Feedback on Their Future
A survey of finance professionals finds two in five never discuss their career path with their manager.
CPA Starting Pay to Rise up to 5.3% in 2016
Accounting professionals will continue to benefit from high demand as companies rebound from the recession, survey says.
CFOs Are Eager to Be Consultants
A large majority of finance chiefs have their eyes trained on post-career consulting gigs.
What Entrepreneurs, VCs Think about CFOs
Feel you're not getting the straight scoop from your own bosses? Here are some unbiased observations from longtime corporate leaders and venture capitalists.
Private Company CFOs Keep Financials Private
A new survey shows that private company finance chiefs won’t even discuss financial results internally.
The Scourge of Performance Reviews
While the purpose of employee assessments is well founded, in practice they invite mismanagement and should be replaced with different performance-enhancement tools.