Finance Professionals in Industry Events
Organisations are turning to new incentive programmes to help retain employees.
Finance chiefs need to step up their focus on reliable demand forecasting.
Microsoft's spreadsheet still dominates corporate finance, for plenty of good reasons.
Many companies are taking measures to increase pay equity among workers, research from talent solutions and business consulting firm Robert Half shows. More than half of C-suite executives surveyed (56%) said they have observed salary discrepancies between new hires and more tenured staff in the past year.
A recent FM magazine podcast guest offers guidance on redesigning work, and the workplace, after the upheavals of the pandemic.
Smaller companies can still go head-to-head with the big guys to attract and retain top finance talent.
Finance Professionals in Industry Meeting: 2022 Connecticut Legislative Session Wrap-Up
May 20th 1:00pm - 2:00pm
CTCPA President and CEO Bonnie Stewart and Economic Advisor Peter Gioia will present a wrap up of the 2022 legislative session. They will discuss what bills passed, what bills failed and how the legislature's actions will affect financial professionals in Connecticut.
Finance Professionals in Industry Meeting: State of the State Budget
Jun 15th 9:00pm - 11:00am
Senator Osten will walk attendees through recent developments and financials of our state budget.
Finance Prof in Industry: Data Analytics & the Future of the Accounting Finance Role
Oct 12th 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Digital transformation continues to be top concern for CFO’s. This session will discuss how data, analytics, and emerging technology are changing the finance function. We will discuss: • How automation can help finance leaders spend more time on value added activities • How finance departments can lead in data management• How analytics can improve decision-making• How emerging technologies, like AI and Blockchain, are changing the future of finance.
Finance Professionals in Industry: Crypto Updates, Topics & Trends for Accounting Professionals
Nov 16th 8:00am - 9:00am
This session will break down and analyze just what exactly is going on in the blockchain and cryptoasset sector, and will provide attendees with much needed actionable business information. Kicking off this session will be a market update and recap of major headlines driving the decision making in the space. Following this there will be a discussion of what newer iterations of cryptoassets - from bitcoin to non-fungible tokens (NFTs) mean for accounting, audit, and tax practitioners. Lastly there will be a look ahead for what trends will shape the end of the year, and the beginning of next year. Time will allotted at the end for Q&A, and resources for more information will be provided.
Finance Profesionals in Industry: Cloud 2.0 for Firm Stakeholders
Dec 15th 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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