Dealing with a co-worker who is too loud or an office that is too cold are common obstacles facing workers. Taking steps to defuse potentially troublesome conflicts can help offices run more smoothly.
The new directive is designed to improve the EU’s system for resolving disagreements between EU member states over the interpretation of agreements for eliminating double taxation.
Data show that terrorism risk around the world is rising. Organisations should be vigilant in scanning the horizon for threats and updating plans to address terror concerns.
Values shared by young professionals around the world provide employers with opportunities to hire and retain the most conscientious and productive employees.
The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) issued a standard for insurance contracts to help investors and others better understand insurers’ risks exposure, profitability, and financial position.
The US government has signed its first agreement with a foreign country to automatically exchange information on multinational companies’ income and taxes paid.
Retention, regulation, and reputation are three topics squarely in the minds of CFOs as they place more emphasis on employee training.
Finance departments are under pressure to close the books faster, but efficiency is a stumbling block, two recent surveys show.
For a business to be robust in the face of disruption, it needs to be agile. Peter Simons, FCMA, CGMA, looks at how the finance function is changing to support and encourage that agility.
Being the CFO at a fast-growing start-up can be addictive. David Lee, FCMA, CGMA, who left a British multinational conglomerate to work with tech start-ups nine years ago, explains why.