Job-seeking activities dropped in several large economies in the past year, raising concerns that a rising number of employees are staying put and showing up for work without engaging mentally. Find out how to motivate these disengaged employees.
Research shows that the perks prized most by employees involve improving their work/life balance.
Corporate tax avoidance is the primary concern the British public have with business behaviour, according to a survey conducted for the Institute of Business Ethics, and companies must increase transparency to regain public trust.
How closely did you follow management accounting in the past year? Find out by taking the 2015 CGMA Magazine news quiz.
The US government issued proposed rules governing country-by-country reporting by any US person that is the “ultimate parent entity” of a multinational enterprise (MNE) group.
FASB and the IASB have reaffirmed amendments they had proposed to clarify principal vs. agent guidance in the new, converged revenue recognition standard.
Four key traits – including speed and efficiency in research and development – are common among this year’s list of innovation leaders.
Sub-Saharan Africa is a hotspot for foreign direct investments but also poses rising corruption risks. To do business in the region’s high-growth emerging economies, multinationals should follow these three precautions.
Intangibles such as customer satisfaction and brand reputation are among the most significant drivers of value in the digital economy, according to a CGMA survey.
For the 11th consecutive quarter, regulatory requirements and changes top the list of challenges cited by US finance executives in a survey. CFOs and controllers sometimes hire consultants or ask existing staff to take on extra work to make sure they’re compliant.