Managing the most important aspects of any business – its finances and its people – is frequently entrusted to two distinct individuals, each with their unique priorities, motivations, and personalities. The roles of CFO (Chief Financial Officer) and CHRO (Chief Human Resources Officer) play pivotal roles in the success of mid- and large-sized enterprises. However, harmonizing these roles to foster strategic collaboration and establish shared objectives that align with the company's overarching goals can often be a formidable challenge.
Protecting your business, employees and customers during a time of emergency can very well determine if your business is able to reopens its doors after.
Survey results from the IBI's 2015 CFO survey suggest many CFOs view investments in employee benefits and health programs are no longer just a cost of doing business, but rather a strategic business investment.
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