Effects of the credit crunch are already being forecast, as many finance execs plan to take drastic measures to control costs next year.
So it’s certainly not going to be good for the employees you have to show the door. But if you have to make this tough call, you certainly want to make sure your company gets the most out of it.
Are you or your staffers guilty of any of these sins against good grammar?
Paper time sheets alone are so passé — almost everyone uses some sort of automated time collection system these days. So who’s the most popular?
Wellness programs have helped many companies save money — and cost some a small fortune.
With the money your company pumps into IT salaries, those techies had better be on top of their game.
Managers not getting the numbers they need to close the books fast enough? Look no further than this department.
Forget the poor innocent trees, the expense of printed documents can seriously cut into your bottom line. Fortunately, an environmentally friendly practice is also a great way to curb costs.
IT salaries have long been known as some of the biggest budget busters in the company. But you might want to tell HR and other top execs not to believe the hype.