Five Things You Should Read

April 11, 2017

Wells Fargo $75 million claw backs, pleasing your millennial employees, and startups needs smart CFOs.

The New York Times Thinks the Gig Economy is a Lie

Fast Company

In the sharply worded op-ed, it says companies like Uber, Lyft, Instacart, and Handy have figured out how to "harness advances in software and behavioral sciences to old-fashioned worker exploitation."

Can't Figure Out How to Please Your Millennial Employees? Try This

Inc.

Jessica Mah, co-founder of accounting software maker InDinero, explains her strategy for keeping a young team happy and productive.

Wells Fargo Claws Back $75 Million More From 2 Executives Over Fake Accounts

NPR

Two executives who were publicly excoriated over Wells Fargo's opening of millions of bogus accounts must give back millions more dollars in pay.

CFOs Playing a Bigger Role in Startups

Accounting Today

CFOs and senior finance executives are taking on a greater role at startups and early-stage growth companies, according to new FERF research.

What Your Cover Letter Should Look Like in 2017

Time

Cover letters are a tough and tricky business. Striking the right balance between formal and conversational—while differentiating yourself from every other job seeker on the market—is no small feat.