CFO Quarterly Outlook Report: April 2010
Description A year has made a substantial difference in the practices and mindset of CFOs as they continue to lead their companies out of one of the most difficult periods in global financial history. Findings from the first quarter 2010 “CFO Outlook Survey” conducted by FEI and Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business, reveal that CFOs are undoubtedly more optimistic, and they see several bright spots for the future. Yet, CFOs still remain cautious in their outlook for the overall health of the economy, and they continue to examine and reevaluate staffing, layoffs and compensation. Issues surrounding healthcare remain foremost for CFOs, and the new reform act is anticipated to create added costs for companies that may result in difficult sacrifices for employees.
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