Workplace meetings are inevitable. They are needed to keep the team updated on new projects, work progress, company news, etc. However, there are at least 7 types of people who can turn a meeting into a long, boring, and ineffective event that no one wants to attend.
With job security getting jeopardized due to the high number of students graduating every other year and the ever-rising living costs, there is a need for people for coming with newer ways to supplement their daily incomes. Recent technological developments have made freelance engineering easily workable and telecom engineers can be able to maximize their income especially with the magnificent growth in the telecom industry. For recent graduates and experienced telecom engineers alike seeking to make extra cash to meet their needs, here are five wonderful ways you can use freelance engineering to gain extra earnings.
I opened a freelance account many years ago. I didn’t know anything about freelancing. I was thinking that immediately after registering as a freelancer, I will start getting offers and make money. I had never been so wrong in my life. The first few years I didn’t get a single job.
When most finance professionals hear the term “13 week cash forecast,” they view it as a burden—one more task to appease an overbearing lender. Most finance professionals do not get nearly as excited about building it as they do about building a projection model for an acquisition or investment. It doesn’t help that companies generally tend not to focus on their liquidity needs until they are forced to do so. Therefore, people often only prioritize the weekly cash forecasts in distressed situations, when it is too late to take corrective actions. And even still, the analysis is often hastily executed and inaccurate.
Finding a new job can be a long and stressful process, especially for the unemployed. Usually, the recruitment process for a single position lasts between 2 and 4 weeks. The frustration is huge when after 2 weeks of waiting for a response, the recruiter calls with bad news and kills all hopes and positive attitude.
The value of a CFO for a young company is a hotly contested topic. Many argue that they are unnecessary add-ons and that a small, savvy, well-trained financial team can satisfy the business’s needs. On the other hand, CFO’s bring a deeper and more strategic financial perspective that can help companies prepare for the future and optimize their current operations.