Potential drains on cash flow and perverse medical and legal incentives make workers' comp worthy of CFO scrutiny.
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Zeroed in on curbing supermarket injuries, Safeway’s risk manager advises CFOs to install peer-to-peer safety systems to cut workers' compensation expenses.
In what could be the beginning of a wave of payouts, the commission is awarding $14 million to a whistleblower who helped it recover investor funds.
Troy Alstead’s promotion to Starbucks CFO and group president of global business service proves that the CFO role involves more than traditional finance functions.
CFO Richard Fearon says Eaton Corp. needed to relocate from Cleveland to acquire Cooper Industries – and its $6 billion in revenue.
Myron Ullman is back as CEO of J.C. Penney, and he’s saying the company’s ills are his predecessor’s fault. That’s a bad strategy.
Gender diversity on the executive team is becoming a top priority for more firms in the region.
The law will shake up the labour market in unexpected ways.
Cloud solutions are changing IT spending decisions from strategic decisions to tactical ones.
Because workers compensation insurance is regulated at the state level, companies need to stay abreast of issues in any state in which they do business.
HR readily admits that it falls short of playing a leadership role in leveraging key emerging trends. That may not bode well for your organization.