With so much attention being paid to reducing wireless costs, you don’t hear too much these days about how controlling how much those landlines set your company back.
It’s happened to almost every manager at some point: A person who looked so promising in an interview turned out to be a complete misfit for the position.
So your company allows customers to order from you online -– smart move. You can streamline processes, increase customer loyalty … and expose yourself to online fraud.
OK, finance execs, say you had a magic wand. What’s the one thing you would change in your company? It might get some chuckles, but there’s one answer that comes up over and over.
When looking for extended service plans on your company’s equipment purchases, there’s one question to ask: How much insurance is too much insurance?
We’re one quarter into 2008: How’s the progress towards those goals you and your finance staffers set for the year? The good news: There’s still plenty of time to get or make sure you stay on track.
For nearly a decade, companies have been devoting a lot of attention — and dollars — to the security of their systems and data. But how much is too much? Or not enough?
Hear the word “psychopath” and you likely think of someone in a horror movie or prison. How about three offices down from yours?
Workers’ comp costs can take a bite out of even the most safety-conscious companies’ bottom lines. Yes, have people wear their goggles and keep power cords off the floor. But you also might want to take a look at your job coding.
No matter the amount on any given employee’s paycheck, your organization is paying an additional $6.50 per paycheck to prepare and process that payment.