Department of Labor statistics indicate that employee turnover is surprisingly high. However, according to this article, it doesn't have to be. Here are six issues to address to hold onto your best workers.
More chief financial officers are turning to Big Data to better chart and navigate risk. A data-driven approach gives CFOs an advantage as they guide decisions involving acquisitions, demand planning and forecasting.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced Division of Enforcement initiatives aimed at deterring financial-statement fraud. The Financial Reporting and Audit Task Force will focus on fraud detection and prosecution for false or misleading financial statements. Get news and information from regulators at the AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments.
Technology is a top item on the agenda for most company boards, but to have a fruitful discussion, leadership needs to know which questions to ask. This article offers nine questions to help companies shape an effective and lasting technology strategy. Learn more about IT at the AICPA's IT Resource Center.
The Treasury Department says a penalty imposed by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on large employers that fail to provide minimum health care coverage to employees will be delayed until 2015, as the department works to promulgate proposed regulations that would implement the law. Postponement of some of the law's provisions will allow the Treasury to simplify reporting requirements and will provide time for employers to adapt health coverage and reporting systems.