any bosses seem convinced that remote work is hampering productivity. But companies with remote or hybrid policies appear to be hiring people at about twice the rate of employers that are fully in office, according to a new analysis.
But progress is being made in laying the strategic groundwork for embedding sustainability into organizations’ DNA.
Neil Cutting catches up with Joanne Caruso, executive vice president at the $16bn professional services company Jacobs, to talk about the work they did together in shaping the organisation’s “future of work” initiative.
In a milestone moment for the creation of a global common language for sustainability reporting, the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) on Monday issued its first two standards. IFRS S1, General Requirements for Disclosure of Sustainability-related Financial Information and IFRS S2, Climate-related Disclosures have an effective date of Jan. 1 for some portions, pending adoption in more than 140 jurisdictions worldwide. IFRS S1 features a global baseline for reporting requirements on the disclosure of sustainability-related risks and opportunities. IFRS S2 features reporting requirements specific to climate-related disclosures, in concert with the reporting framework established by IFRS S1.
AI’s use in cybersecurity efforts is already taking place to protect areas of businesses that are now data-reliant.
Hybrid working continues to bring benefits for employers and employees, according to finance leaders and professionals in Sri Lanka and Central and Eastern Europe.
While leaders believe AI’s impact on productivity may be substantial, implementation concerns remain prevalent.
A new report shows "disproportionate challenges” for LGBT+ employees, shares inclusion advice for organisations.
Despite a disagreement on the well-being of employees, executives also want to work for employers more conscious of supporting workers' mental health.
Today's workforce is made up of four distinct generations. Understanding what motivates each of them can help companies more effectively recruit, manage and retain strong teams.
Despite interest in AI by business leaders, CFOs have bigger concerns, according to new data from Deloitte.
It has been five years since the U.S. Supreme Court heard South Dakota v. Wayfair. The court decided on June 21, 2018, that states could tax purchases made from out-of-state sellers, even if the seller does not have a physical presence in the taxing state. Much of what has happened in state tax law since then has been based on that decision.
If you paid any attention to the hype surrounding the initial release of OpenAI’s ChatGPT last November – and then the ChatGPT-4 model release more recently, you already know why this emerging tech is creating quite a stir. The ability of generative AI (or GenAI) platforms to answer questions, perform tasks, generate content and “converse” with human users gives a lot of people the uncanny feeling that the stuff of futuristic science fiction is suddenly at hand.
From the great resignation to quiet quitting and the lost generation of talent, a perfect storm has capsized the profession’s attempts to solve the skills shortage. While there is hope, it’s not going to be easy.
Here’s how CFOs can use their unique skill set to play an active role in strengthening company culture.
The IRS on Wednesday issued Notice 2023-42, which grants penalty relief for corporations that did not pay estimated tax in connection with the new corporate alternative minimum tax (CAMT), saying the move is "in the interest of sound tax administration."
ChatGPT is the latest in a very long line of artificial intelligence (AI) advancements to result in much scaremongering.
Framing conversations, using emotional intelligence, and bringing in a mediator if needed can help resolve business workplace conflict.
Thanks to the hoopla surrounding ChatGPT and other generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools, private and public investors are caught up in a funding frenzy recently characterised by the FT as “the latest Californian gold rush”.
From the formation of the Future of Finance Leadership Advisory Group (FFLAG) two years ago all the way through Monday's session at AICPA & CIMA ENGAGE 2023, finance leaders have consistently "FFLAGed" the talent pipeline and digital transformation as the top issues on their to-do list.