If you’re hoping to fill a position in Finance, there are certain words you’ll want to use to zero in on just the right fit. (Of course, if you’re looking for a job in Finance, there’s some valuable intel, too).
Your bank is hungry to keep your business (and maybe even get a little more of it). Most financial institutions think this may just be the way to do it.
A number of nagging issues are forcing many Accounts Payable departments to improve their payment processes — some of these issues may surprise you.
Just what you needed right about now: a massive new to-do list!
For Accounts Payable, moving away from paper still tops the to-do list. But you may be surprised at some of your peers other goals for the near future.
For A/P, when it comes to making the jump to electronic payments, the question has shifted from “Why should we?” to “Why shouldn’t we?”
The A/P department usually presents an attractive target for fraudsters. So ensuring your anti-fraud controls are up to snuff is vital — particularly when it comes this exposure.
Virtually every department will be affected by the changes in the healthcare reform law, but Accounts Payable may be able to make a case for having the largest workload.
While companies rely on peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing networks to help employees do their jobs more efficiently, hackers prey on these networks as a means of lifting confidential info.