Rapid global growth is never easy—but it can be much smarter and more efficient with workforce planning. That's the experience of international law firm Pinsent Masons LLP. Andrew Brett, financial accounting manager, shares how the firm uses workforce planning to better manage growth—and the insights it's gaining in the process.
With the release of SPI’s 2017 benchmark report, it’s clear the professional services industry continues to face challenges. Read on to learn three ways leading professional services firms are moving their organizations forward.
The role of finance professionals is becoming less transactional and more analytical. That requires more effective collaboration with others across the company on financial and workforce planning. Barbara Larson shares her view on what's needed to make this happen.
Today's workforce planning looks at more than full-time employees and their fully loaded costs. It involves looking at your talent through a broader lens. Amy Reichanadter, chief people officer at Adaptive Insights, a Workday company, explains how workforce planning can be the product of a happy marriage between HR and finance.