The smart business owners know they don’t have to do everything themselves, but can rely on outside experts to take a lot of the routine tasks off their shoulders.
The inability to implement a good workflow to track business-critical processes, like accounting, is one the biggest shortcoming we encounter with our clients.
There are very few businesses operating on a strictly 9:00 to 5:00 basis these days, and to save commuting time and promote productivity, a number of businesses are going mobile – allowing employees remote computer access to business data.
A lot of succession planning revolves around financial structure and tax strategies, and they take time to implement. Unfortunately, 95 percent of small business owners decide they want to sell within a few months and they don’t have enough time to prepare.
Too often, business owners keep unwanted staff too long or for the wrong reasons, and even more often, they make the wrong hiring choice in the first place. Interviewing potential employees is tricky, and there are very few managers who have been trained in effective interview techniques.
Employee performance measurement can help you understand how your employees are developing and contributing to your business using quantitative metrics.
We do a lot of work helping area medical practices refine their business operations to regain their profits. Increasingly, medical offices are feeling the squeeze
While the CFO is responsible for more strategic counsel and overseeing your company’s fiscal performance as it relates to the market at large, the controller is responsible for guiding operations on a day-to-day basis and keeping the corporate ship running through effective cash management and operations oversight.
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