A new study from Robert Half Management Resources revealed that 53 percent of all professionals wish they had more insight into the effects of their contributions on their companies' bottom lines. This is especially true of younger workers. Nearly 65 percent of those surveyed who were between the ages 18 and 34 said they wanted more information on how their work helps their company make money.
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Executive compensation is a significant thing to consider when evaluating an investment opportunity. Executives who are improperly compensated may not have the incentive to perform in the best interest of shareholders, which can be costly for those shareholders. While new laws and regulations have made executive compensation much clearer in company filings, many investors remain clueless as to how to find and read these critical reports.
Research Report April 20, In health care settings, rising costs over time have outpaced gains made in productivity, leading to unprecedented cost pressures. As a consequence of this financially-constrained environment, many health care executives look to find short- to medium-term savings within the nursing labor budget. Yet, as guardians of care quality, nurse executives understand that imprecise cuts to personnel can have adverse care outcomes.
Why do so many executives get a shiver in their bones just thinking about the weather? Many companies are turning weather data into a competitive advantage by leveraging insights to reduce costs and increase revenues. Almost every weather-related headline in the media or corporate annual reports focuses on the associated negative impacts for organizations.
While no company has complete control over who will stay and who will go, the best way to protect against these losses are to ensure you are hiring the right people, the first time. No one is immune to poor hiring decisions. Even the most progressive businesses make hiring mistakes.
The conventional way to measure the success of a business is the bottom line. But the concept of a triple bottom line, where social and environmental factors are considered along with economic ones, is also getting a lot of attention. Is this another business fad?
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The Centre for Corporate Governance received funding from Catalyst for this research. Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. Are sustainability-dependent executive bonuses the answer to saving the planet?
Chief executives and other high-level leaders have some pretty broad mandates. Not only are they expected to please shareholders and execute on a broad strategic vision, but they are also increasingly charged with creating dynamic companies where employees love to work, trust is abundant and success trickles down to every level. The nuances of mastering a company culture require a different skill set than profit maximisation does.