How Much Money Do You Really Make? A Practical Guide to Understanding Your Total Compensation By: Lianabel Oliver How much money do you really make? Does your hourly rate or base salary accurately reflect how much you earn? How do
Does your organization have a strategic plan?
What is the right level of financial literacy for your management team? Does top management expect its leaders to use financial information to drive their decision-making process? What level of financial expertise do they require of their management team?
Technological advances have made video-based learning a viable and cost-effective alternative for training employees. Video-based learning modules can substitute or complement instructor-led training.
Costs do not come in a one-size-fits-all category. An understanding of the different cost classifications and how they are used for decision support is a fundamental building block for analyzing and interpreting financial information.
Do you know the financial implications of your business decisions? Do you understand the financial results of your organization and how your actions influenced these?
Learn the difference between a CPA and an accountant and the services they provide on financial statements.
Cost Savings and Cost Avoidance: Why You Should Know the Difference By: Lianabel Oliver Many companies require their employees to classify the financial benefits of capital investments or organizational initiatives as cost savings or cost avoidance measures. For many non-financial
Video-based learning can provide viable and cost-effective training solution to bridge this knowledge gap among participants and increase their financial literacy in a uniform manner, at their pace, with measurable results.
We have identified 5 basic financial skills that any individual with management and supervisory responsibilities should have.