The everyday codes for business attire can be hard to grasp.
Policy and culture
The most expensive book in your office may be in every employee’s desk: the company policy manual.
Telecommuting’s been touted as a huge money saver for employers and an attractive benefit for employees. But it has the potential to break the bank.
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.
Even with fuel and travel costs on the rise, there’s no reason to let these expenses ground your bottom line.
You expect customers to pay you on time and in full. But with fewer and fewer of them living up to those expectations, it’s the perfect time to check that your late charge policy is as efficient as it could be.
Of course you want to keep all your employees and their families healthy. It’d just be nice if it didn’t cost so much to do it.
If there’s one takeaway from the almost-daily data leaks happening across the country, it’s this: Review your records-retention policy.