Despite operating at or near full employment, the economy does not show signs of overheating.
The more a Big Four firm pays its auditors, the fewer restatements its clients have, finds a new study.
The Supreme Court seeks to clarify whether workers can be compelled to sign agreements that prevent them from banding together to sue employers.
Only human beings, such as the auditor, can tell the true story behind the data.
For plaintiffs' lawyers, it's growing easier to get wage-and-hour cases certified and to win settlements from employers.
Most young finance professionals have their eye on a career promotion or a jump to a new job within the next two years.
The advantages of a teleworking team are clear, but the arrangement requires a different kind of leadership approach.
CFOs must keep abreast of employment law and regulations, such as the Department of Labor overtime rule that is about to kick in.
The best performers need just 4.8 full-time employees per $1 billion in revenue to perform the general accounting function.
Emotions are running high this election season, and employers are subject to several risks if the water-cooler talk gets out of hand.