With LinkedIn dominating the professional social media landscape, leaders who want to establish a brand must take heed of the pitfalls.
Three years ago, at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, CPA decision-makers in business and industry were historically pessimistic about their own organizations.
New data suggests that leaders are highly interested in AI but must plan around the risks associated with adoption.
Here’s how small businesses can implement diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives to strengthen their culture and continue to evolve.
Achieving maximum value from predictive analytics requires a robust strategy and a model with a human-centric design that is also appropriate to the business.
Many finance leaders have a hands-on approach to leadership, but most managers believe it impedes their ability to innovate.
Half of Gen Z and Millennial workforces say they live paycheque to paycheque, and many had to take on a second job due to financial concerns.
Data from CFO surveys identifies four trends that finance leaders need to address before the second half of the year.
The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) joined a coalition of organizations who have come together to make taxpayers and practitioners aware of the new Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) reporting requirement. BOI is an anti-money laundering initiative enacted through the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) in 2021, which mandates that BOI information is reported to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).
On May 10, exactly three years and two months after Gov. Ned Lamont declared a public health emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, he declared it over.
The AICPA released an expanded plan Thursday focused on boosting the profession's talent pipeline. The detailed plan features input from a significant set of stakeholders and calls for those stakeholders to work together to increase the number of accounting graduates and the number of graduates who obtain CPA licensure.
A midnight rummage through your refrigerator won't result in the discovery of something manufactured by Southwire alongside your favorite brand of cheese, but that cheese might not smell so appetizing without Southwire.
CFOs who want to retain Gen Z employees — a group that will make up more than a quarter of the workforce by 2025 — should embrace technology.
A corporate leader felt strongly about addressing mental health in the workplace, so she wrote a book about it. Creating “a sense of belonging” is one first step for organisations.
Potential abuses of generative AI technology ChatGPT are causing concern as the phenomenon is likened to cryptocurrency scams.
Cost vs. culture. CFOs must consider how in-person work still benefits their organizations — but at a price.
A World Economic Forum report predicts an overall decline in jobs; it also shows that artificial intelligence will create more jobs than it eliminates by 2027.
Finance professionals who can wholly embrace digitalisation will bring new insights, drive business performance, and better adapt in a future of constant change.
A large four-day workweek trial finds that companies and employees benefited from reduced hours and some companies plan to continue with a shorter workweek.
If you own a business with 5 or more employees and do not offer a qualified retirement savings plan, state law requires that you provide a retirement savings option. Initial registration deadlines have passed, but you can still take action by August 31, 2023. Employers can register with MyCTSavings at no cost to the business, or provide a private retirement plan to comply with the law. Learn more and register at https://myctsavings.com/employers/program-details.