Employers refilling open accounting jobs amid pandemic

Nearly 70 percent of organizations that have furloughed or laid off their employees during the novel coronavirus pandemic plan to back-fill the roles that were eliminated with other employees taking over, according to a new survey, and nearly half (46 percent) of respondents in accounting and finance indicated that their department would definitely back-fill roles that were eliminated during the pandemic.

The survey, by the staffing company Adecco, which runs Accounting Principals, polled 1,152 hiring decision-makers and managers, and found that nearly 86 percent of general respondents said they plan to back-fill roles in less than a year and 61 percent plan to do so in less than six months. Nearly half (44 percent) of the respondents in accounting and finance departments of accounting/finance departments plan to do so within four to six months and 32 percent plan to do so between seven and 11 months.

Back-filling means filling an

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Aptech to Showcase its Hospitality-Specific Finance & Accounting Software at HFTP’s CYBER HITEC

PITTSBURGH – In today’s economic climate, hoteliers are looking for ways to reduce costs across the board. To know where to cut, they must have the ability to access, view, compare, and dynamically analyze the performance data of their single hotel or multi-property, multi-branded portfolios. Without access to this vital information, operators may find themselves unable to make effective business decisions. Aptech, the industry standard for hospitality financial management, is LIVE at HFTP’s (Hospitality Financial & Technology Professionals) CYBER HITEC October 26 to 29 to demonstrate how operators can better weather this economic storm via technology.

The only way to respond quickly to changes in revenue and expenses and identify trends that will better position hotel assets for growth and profitability is with a hospitality-specific financial management solution. While off-the-shelf accounting software, such as Intuit QuickBooks, is an affordable and functional tool for managing the back office, it has

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Hydrocarbons Accounting Solution Market 2020 Global Future Growth, Leading Players, Industry Updates, Business Prospects, Forthcoming Developments and Future Investments by Forecast to 2026

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FASB Further Delays Accounting Rule on Insurance Contracts

Insurance companies are getting even more time to implement a new rule for valuing long-term contracts following a vote by the Financial Accounting Standards Board on Wednesday.

The rule maker, which sets accounting standards for companies and nonprofits in the U.S., in June proposed a delay of another year for the new rule amid the economic harm caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The rule was first delayed by a year last November to give companies more time to modernize their processes for reporting and valuation.

Insurance firms must review assumptions used to measure the value of their long-term contractual obligations and make revisions if needed. Long-term contracts include agreements on annuities, endowments and title insurance. Short-duration contracts usually cover property and liability protection.

Publicly listed insurers, excluding small ones, may

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