Thanksgiving weekend is right around the corner and in corporate America that usually means that you will receive a longer than usual weekend. If you are truly lucky, you will also get to leave work a little earlier on Wednesday, making your weekend extra-extra long.
Besides the usual activities that accompany this holiday (making the stuffing, wrangling relatives, staying sane), you may also experience some relaxing “down-time” for yourself. Worry not, financial controllers, we have a list of great (& quick) reads to keep you busy this holiday weekend. Besides - who needs downtime when you can continue learning about all things finance?
8 Great (& Quick) Reads for Financial Controllers Over Thanksgiving Weekend:
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Now that you are equipped with a list of great (& quick) reads, you can go forth and start your Thanksgiving weekend!
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