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Help for Growth-Conscious CFOs: Talent and Technology

A recent article from CGMA Magazine highlighted a survey of CFOs that was released earlier this year. According to the study, seventy-five per cent of CFOs expect to see higher revenue in 2014. Well, as the number of months remaining on the calendar dwindle,  it’s certainly critical to analyze how your company is doing when it […]

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How Employee Benefits Fits into a CFO’s Growth Strategy

As a company prepares for growth, the CFO plays a critical role in defining the strategy that will lead them to success. In fact, a recent report from Adaptive Insights highlights a number of the items that a financial executive would need to consider, including one’s economic outlook and profit margins. Another key item mentioned […]

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Weekly Roundup, 2/7/14: Articles on HR, Employee Benefits, & Finance

Here’s our weekly roundup (week ending 2/7/2014) of articles that may benefit CFOs, HR professionals, employee benefit specialists, and others. We hope that you find them helpful. If you have questions on how any of these topics impact your business, please contact our team. 10 Ways Companies Drive Away Talent During the recruitment, hiring, and […]

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[Video] Helping Employees Feel Engaged and Empowered

When it comes to employee engagement, we often talk about the role that Human Resources departments play. But the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) can also make significant contributions in that area as well. The video below features Dalynn Hoch, Chief Financial Officer for Zurich. We are quite thankful to the folks at CFO.com for publishing it. […]

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