Volume 12 Issue 5

  • Date:19 Mar 2014
  • Type:Boardroom Report

Keeping your cash flow on track

As an independent or non-executive director, your starting point when reviewing cash flow should be to never take anything for granted, remain alert and question the information provided about outstanding debtors. You should also check that your organisation is taking steps to get its cash flow on track to make it more appealing to banks when asking for loans.

Getting on board to fight cyber crime

Boards need to become more active in the fight against cyber-crime after a new study found that many do not yet fully appreciate the risks it poses.n?

Helping in the push towards greater gender diversity

Although more still needs to be done, new figures show that the percentage of women on Australia’s top corporate boards has more than doubled over the past four years.

Watch your remuneration benchmarks carefully

A leading expert warns remuneration committees to ensure they do not make claims which cannot be substantiated due to flawed or oversimplified benchmark practices.

Your obligations to stop bullying

A legal expert reveals the steps directors are obliged to take to stamp out workplace bullying in their organisations.


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