It’s a tough position to be in: Your A/P clerk has to go tell a senior manager his reimbursement check isn’t ready yet because it wasn’t due yet. Or worse — that his expense report’s being bounced back because of errors. Arm your staffers with this tool to help.
Training’s important to build skills, improve retention and show your staffers you think they’re valuable. It also takes a big bite out of the budget.
Potential new hires are perfect on paper, have the right answers to your questions … and couldn’t find their way through a reporting cycle with a flashlight and a map.
Doesn’t matter whether that new accounting package will do everything but make staffers’ lunch — people are still going to be nervous about working with something new.
Even with fuel and travel costs on the rise, there’s no reason to let these expenses ground your bottom line.
A lot more companies are saying “Ni Hao!” “Guten Tag!” and “Hola!” to international customers than five years ago. How many more? Find out here.
Using incentives to promote employee wellness can take a major bite out of health care. But is your company’s program being abused by freeloaders?
You probably don’t want to start hanging Wanted posters in the lunchroom, but there’s a distinct profile of the employee most likely to defraud your company.
Technology has made auditing and reporting easier, but is Finance getting tripped up by a major bottleneck?