- Five keystone pillars of profit (Part V): Profit pillar number four: operating expenses Managing expenses and maximizing profits. Yount, Jim // Outdoor Power Equipment;Apr2014, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p26
The article focuses on operating expenses, particularly in managing expenses and maximizing profits, as one of the five keystone pillars of profit. A description of operating expenses and what it represents is given, along with the factors it comprise, including advertising, banking, and payroll...
- PREVENTING EMPLOYEE THEFT. Wallas, James // Management Review;Sep85, Vol. 74 Issue 9, p48
Focuses on ways to prevent theft by employees. Awareness of managers about the shrinkage problem. Management's approach to shrinkage; Companies' approach to screen procedures to get rid of high-risk employees; Warning signals that should be avoided to prevent shrinkage.
- Five Employee Theft Prevention Tips. // Souvenirs, Gifts, & Novelties;Aug/Sep2013, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p100
The article offers five tips on how to prevent employee theft which include pairing new employees with longtime ones, installing video cameras, and checking the register logs and receipts.
- To Catch a Thief. Farr, John // Restaurant Hospitality;Oct98, Vol. 82 Issue 10, p72
Advises restaurant managers on how to avoid employee theft. Conduction of performance appraisals on a timely, fair and honest basis; Employment of a user-specific cash drawer to directly tie together cash collected and transactions recorded.
- Preventing Theft and Fraud Within Your Law Firm. Vandenack, Mary E. // Law Practice Today;Sep/Oct2013, p7
The article discusses the issue of theft prevention and fraud within a law firm. It mentions cases which involved theft and crime committed by law firm employees and law partners themselves and the problems that beset law firm trust funds which create a myriad of opportunities for those looking...
- As operating cost rise, administrators seek new ways to reduce expenses. Wytzka, Marjorie A. // MGMA Connexion;Jan2012, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p32
The article discusses the changes and ways adopted ny medical administrators to reduce practice operating costs. It notes that administrators result to innovative staffing strategies to cut unnecessary expenses, trade skill levels, and ensuring optimized work from nursing staff. It adds that...
- CEOSpeak: Energy. Wilson, Marianne // Chain Store Age;Jan2009, Vol. 85 Issue 1, p69
The article focuses on energy management in business. According to Dean Lindstrom, president of Novar, it is important for a chief executive officer (CEO) to understand that energy costs, similar to labor costs, are something that a company can have control over as opposed to being a budgeted...
- A New Approach for Optimal Unit Commitment of Large Scale Power System. Shafighi, A. R.; Jahani, R.; Fazli, M.; Shayanfar, H. A.; Bathaee, S. M. T. // International Review on Modelling & Simulations;Oct2010, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p870
The solution of the unit commitment problem (UCP) is a complex optimization problem. The exact solution of the UCP can he obtained by a complete enumeration of all feasible combinations of generating units, which could be a huge number. The objective is to find the generation scheduling such...
- Reduce your expenses. AKALP, NELLIE // Smart Business Los Angeles;Fall2015, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p7
The article offers tips in managing expenses for small businesses according to operating budgets. Topics discussed include monthly review of expenses, search for alternative services offering value-for-money and cutting back on unnecessary expenses. It also discusses tips to reduce costs on...