A CFO’s ability to build strong teams and develop successors is more important than ever. When CFOs of large North American companies were asked by Deloitte about the legacy they wanted to leave, they said, in overwhelming numbers, that they wanted to have had a strong influence on their company’s ability to perform well in the future and to have left things better than they found them.
Looking for a leg up in your IT career? IT certifications remain a proven way to quickly gain valuable skills and demonstrate deeper interest and know-how in a domain that will further your career.
Homogeneous teams are not only bad for business and the economy as a whole, but diverse teams literally strengthen profits and innovation within workplaces.
Every HR pro has a different idea of what constitutes the perfect candidate. But according to a Netquote survey of 800 professionals in charge of hiring, there are quite a few common things catching pros’ eyes that are guaranteed to get applicants noticed — in both good ways and bad ways. Do your preferences match up with everyone else’s?
It is rare for an employer to rescind a job offer, but it does happen. Here, two legal experts share what you need to know to reduce the risk that it will happen to you … and what to do if it does.
What happens when someone on your team goes the extra mile? Do you acknowledge and reward that effort? Good for you. Be warned, though, this is dangerous territory. You can do a lot of damage if you wade into these waters without the necessary skills.