1 CPE credit of Business Management & Organization for all CPAs
1 PDC for SHRM Certified Professionals (SHRM Approved : RP5359) (Approval No. 21-44GU3)
1 Business Credit credit for SPHR & SPHRi Professionals (Approval No. 543915)
1 CPD credit (Verifiable) for Canadian CPAs
1 General Educational credit for Tax Professionals / Bookkeepers / Accountants
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Deferring Capital Gains Taxes in the Biden Era
Best Practices: Payroll Tax Withholding and Related Matters
How to Handle Multistate employees’ Tax Withholding and Related Issues Correctly
Avoid Liabilities-Perfect your Understanding of Payroll Tax Withholding
People-centric Skills: Crucial Communications
PEO 101: An Introduction to PEOs
ABC's of AB5 - Independent Contracts
Using Pension Plans to Attract and Retain Employees – USA and Canada
Distributions from IRAs and Qualified Retirement Plans
Succession and Exit Planning
Should I Tap My IRA or Social Security First?
IFRS 15 - Revenue Recognition
Form 1099 Latest Developments
Overview and Key Essentials: Form 1040 Individual Tax Return
The written and unwritten values, norms and attitudes in an organization influence the innovation and creativity of its employees. An innovation culture is part of the corporate culture and determines how much innovation is supported and promoted by management and employees.
The culture of innovation is therefore the framework for every innovation activity. If the culture is not positive, it can hinder innovation, even if the idea and the innovation team are still perfect. It is thus a decisive factor in the success of innovation.
In the beginning a group of friends and/or classmates join forces to create a company. They know and like each other, have what they consider to be the great idea of the century and thus have dedication, excitement and motivation. But, how do you sustain this enthusiasm and creative output? It seems the larger the company, the more difficult it is to continue to innovate and be creative.
The speaker has spent countless hours interviewing 50 C-Level executives on this topic, and has some ideas as to what goes wrong and what steps can be taken to re-vitalize the company.
This webinar explores some of the common problems faced by companies as they grow, which include issues of teams, trust and decision making, as well as the manner in which “good ideas” are expected to go up the chain of command.
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