Reports on the Growing Role of the Chief Financial Officer

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Often mistaken for a back office position, reviews the growing role of the CFO within the c-suite, highlighting how a strong leader in the chief financial position can effectively represent many critical departments within an organization.

In this week’s feature article, reports on the growing role of the chief financial officer, particularly in large consumer driven companies. The article reviews a 2010 survey which indicated financial professionals were being tasked with ever-expanding roles within their organization and illustrates the findings’ continuing relevance today.

The global economic climate is encouraging employers to look for talent that can contribute to the organization’s bottom line. With financial professionals being the “go-to” department for reflecting on an organization’s bottom line, finance professionals are frequently called upon to own the bottom line beyond the spreadsheets. That means being able to communicate with internal departments and reflect positively on the company’s work to the public.

While financial roles are critical to every organization, they are particularly important within the food and beverage industry. In addition to food and beverage industry news, updates and feature stories, regularly publishes industry financial job openings from companies across the United States. As part of its mission to serve both its job seeking audience and hiring companies, is alerting financial professionals to take every opportunity to build their communications skills both inside the company and externally.

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