The CFO'S Perspective

How to Choose Between a Controller and a CFO

Published In: 425 Business Magazine, February 2015
Author: Marjorie Clark

Job titles often are a matter of semantics in a small company. When there’s work to be done and just a few people to do it, a person’s title might not encompass the position’s actual duties. This holds true in finance. Deciding when to bring on someone specifically to handle finances is a difficult choice, and when you do make the hire, what job title do you give them?

Topics: Recruiting News

The Long View: Companies Establish Strong Foundations for Long-Term Goals

Published In: Puget Sound Business Journal - Corporate Citizenship Supplement
Author: Alisha Gomez
Excerpted from a longer article, on corporate foundations:

“For Tom Varga, managing partner at financial recruiting firm CFO Selections, corporate philanthropy had to be part of his company’s culture from the start.  ‘I don’t think a lot of businesses, when they get going, think about the fact that as a corporate citizens, there’s a larger responsibility other than making a profit for your shareholders,’ Varga said.

Topics: News Philanthropy