Data breaches maintain their reign in the headlines as cyberattacks continue to happen at a disturbingly high frequency. Consumer information has never been more vulnerable,
The possibility of an upcoming slowdown may be a good reason to take stock of your manufacturing business and how you might prepare to weather the storm.
As baby boomers continue to retire, real estate and construction firms find it increasingly difficult to retain qualified workers. That said, certain demographic trends are giving real estate and construction companies a glimmer of hope that the tide may be turning—albeit slowly.
Do all of the job areas in your office contribute to workflow success? To operate at optimum efficiency, your practice must establish well-developed billing, collections, front desk, documentation and coding processes that are driven by each staff member.
While every organization must arrive at its own definition of financial stability, prioritizing the management of financial assets can allow organizations the freedom to provide their vital programming and eventually achieve sustainability.
The phrase “financial sustainability” in the context of nonprofits generally refers to an organization’s ability to sustain itself over an extended period of time in support of its central mission. According to a 2018 report on the financial health of America’s nonprofits, many organizations are facing major financial crises.
Many nonprofits turn to corporate partnerships to reach wider audiences and enhance revenue. However, the challenge for nonprofits is convincing corporations to agree to the partnership and recognize the business value in such an alliance.