Does it feel like you are the only one who truly appreciates the importance of maintaining your organization’s purchase order process? Then this article’s for you.
Author: Annie Yoder
You’ve probably heard of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). And while like most people, you may think this law applies only to health care providers –you’d be wrong. Read on to learn more.
One of the best things you can do for your business is to become a master of anticipation. Read on to find out how the right technology can help you anticipate critical business trends.
Establishing and promoting a company’s culture begins with your leadership team and their ability to set the example they want others throughout the business to follow. On this episode of unsuitable on Rea Radio, Annie Yoder and Mike Taylor join Dave to talk about the Rea culture and how communication and leadership’s ability to live … Continued
Unless lawmakers can act fast to fix the state’s Medicaid MCO sales tax woes, county governments statewide are at risk of losing a large portion of their budgets.
Nothing makes emotions run high like fraud. Remember to keep your cool and methodically approach the situation. Read on for a list of step-by-step best practices for how to handle the initial phase of a fraud investigation.
This week on unsuitable on Rea Radio we learn why business leaders should approach recruitment and staff development from a whole new perspective if they want to harness and optimize their company’s most valuable asset – people. On episode 30, Don’t Just Make A Hire, Build Leaders For A Lifetime, Annie Yoder, a principal with … Continued
When was the last time you said the f-word? I say it every day – to my co-workers, to my clients, to rooms full of conference attendees. Sometimes it even slips out in front of my family. Don’t worry – unlike the f-word you’re thinking about, this one is safe to say in public places. In fact, we should be talking about it more. You’ve … Continued
Don’t Let Fraud Get The Best Of Your Business When it comes to protecting your business or nonprofit organization, you can never be too careful. We don’t just say the phrase: “Trust is not an Internal Control” — we believe it. Scroll through this page to find a wide variety of helpful information, such as … Continued
About 90 percent of all businesses in the U.S. are either family-owned or family-controlled. But be warned, while working with family members may have its advantages, you should also be aware of potential pitfalls – especially concerning occupational fraud.