Employee engagement can determined a lot more than just office productivity. Take a look at these 8 employee engagement statics and what they are actually indicating about your business.
Companies who have high levels of employee engagement often have a competitive edge. Read more about how this can shape the success of your company and the 5 best practices a CFO should follow for improved employee engagement.
As a CFO, you likely spend much of your time measuring productivity in terms of traditional financial metrics, but managing metrics that optimize the customer and employee experience can be just as important. Read more to learn why.
Soft costs creep into your operations unnoticed and weigh down the company’s performance and productivity across the board. How can you find the soft costs that are costing your organization time and money before it’s too late? We’ve got some tips to help you through the process.
Soft costs are sometimes over looked by a CFO. The every day routine of how your office flows might have something to do with the money spent, efficiency, and productivity. Read more about the profitability opportunities for CFO.
To ensure your workforce is performing as efficiently as possible, you need the right combination of a robust HCM solution and a collaborative HR team.
CFOs often see HR as a cost center, but with an HCM system, companies will be on their way towards happy employees and increased profits.
Today’s CFOs are tasked with the same goal as always, increase profits. But in today’s world, that end goal is extremely complex to work on. Here are some ways to think about saving money without sacrificing performance and profit.
CFOs should shift to a Growth Mindset by investing in people to gain a higher return than they would be saving through layoffs and cutting costs.
CFOs use many tools to do their job. However, they have a blind spot when it comes to HR. Here are 3 tools to help correct that.