Six CFOs from diverse industries reveal their top business objectives for 2018. Next year promises to be an exciting (and, possibly, very critical) year for many companies. Interest rates may finally head higher, workers may be tougher to find, valuations pricier, and consumer spending more robust. Or, as CFOs know all too well, none of that may happen.
What keeps corporate directors awake at night? Advances that could upend a successful business model, rapidly shifting global economies, and cyberattacks, to name a few.
Top U.S. accounting job candidates command starting yearly salaries well into six figures in an extremely competitive market for talent, according to a new salary guide for 2018 published by staffing services provider Robert Half.
Chances are that at this very moment you’re procrastinating on something. Maybe you’re even reading this article to do so. Why do we procrastinate, even though we know it’s against our best interests? How can we overcome it, preferably without hating ourselves or the techniques we use in the process?