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5 Ways CFO and CIO Collaboration Can Benefit the Business

Benefits of CIO and CFO collaboration

With technology increasingly integral to the operation of the finance function — and the business, in general — chief financial officers and chief information officers find they’re seeing a lot more of each other lately. That's a good thing: More frequent interaction between CFOs and CIOs can generate positive outcomes for the business in many ways.

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How to Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking

How to Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking

If you want to get ahead in the accounting and finance profession today, you need to master an array of communication skills, such as public speaking. But what if you loathe — or even fear — giving speeches or presentations? How do you build your confidence? These tips from two experienced public speakers can help.

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How to Deliver Constructive Criticism in the Workplace

How to Deliver Constructive Criticism in the Workplace

Constructive criticism is much more than a routine staff management responsibility. Consistent, concise and honest feedback should also be a recurring feature of any long-term professional development plan.

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A Look Ahead: Internal Audit Hiring and Salary Trends

Internal Audit Hiring and Salary Trends

Whether you’re considering a career change or looking to advance along your current path, the growing field of internal audit provides ample opportunities for talented professionals. The latest Salary Guide from Robert Half offers a look into the future for specialists in this area.

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Expense Report Madness: Dance Classes, Ski Trips and … a Welder?

Improper Expense Report Requests

Companies need to carefully monitor their costs, and make sure employees are reimbursed appropriately for legitimate job-related expenses. But when workers submit improper expense report requests like these, it’s enough to make a chief financial officer scream (or laugh out loud, and then scream).

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