Smoothing the way for hybrid and remote tax work
As more companies evolve their working models, tax and finance leaders are facing complex challenges to meet the shifting demands on their workplaces, processes, and workforces.
The second report in Deloitte’s three-part Tax transformation-trends series, Talent reimagined, takes a close look at all these challenges, including the new range of skills that today’s tax leaders feel their teams need to have and how to get them up to speed. This is becoming a critical focus area for tax functions looking to adapt to the new working landscape, and most of the 300 tax and finance leaders who responded to our survey agree: remote and hybrid working models are here to stay.
Tax transformation-trends survey
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Want to learn more? Our recent article published by the Wall Street Journal explores some of the implications of hybrid and remote models on the tax function, including how to approach team-building, access to data, career development, and visibility.
The Wall Street Journal—Deloitte CFO Journal
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Business models are evolving more quickly than ever. Companies are adapting to the digital era, investing in green initiatives, and mapping growth plans for recovery from the pandemic.
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