Are We Long — Or Short — On Talent?
By looking at their supply of skills and talent in a new light, organizations can better prepare their companies for tomorrow’s challenges.
Female Pay Discount Doesn’t Go to the Very Top
At large companies, male CFOs tend to earn more money than their female counterparts. The opposite is true for chief executives.
Three Ways to Bridge the Finance Talent Gap
Todd McElhatton, CFO of SAP North America, offers big-picture advice for overcoming a bane of modern life for finance chiefs.
Bonuses to Be Underfunded for 5th Straight Year
And three in 10 employers plan to give bonuses this year to employees who fail to meet performance expectations, says Towers Watson.
One CFO, Two Companies
Two credit unions are sharing a chief financial officer, part of an effort to cut expenses and attract better talent.
For Hiring, Honesty’s the Best Policy
Companies fail at recruiting because they don’t want applicants to know anything about the organization that’s less than perfect, says Wharton professor Peter Cappelli.
Small Deals, Big Challenges
Small-company acquisitions can pay off, but they require a delicate touch.
Small Firms Present Big Barriers for Acquirers
Buying a small, privately held company may look easy on paper. But valuing, structuring, and integrating it requires a delicate touch.