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With so much going on in business, it can be a daunting trying to understand how to improve job management. While everyone can be busy doing their job and trying their best to deliver a good service to customers, sometimes it just doesn’t work the way it should.

The business doesn’t generate enough profit, cash flow is squeezed and you want to know how to handle jobs efficiently and achieve better profit from those jobs.

When a business grows, methods evolve over time and different people begin to do things their own way. The business and your customers are at the mercy of the person delivering the service on the day (and their mood).

If you want to create a better outcome for your customers, and more profitable jobs for your business, CFO On-Call has created a useful eBook, which covers some high-level points to consider.

The free eBook ‘6 Steps to Better Job Management and Profit’ includes information about:

  • Handling customers the right way so they not only want to buy from you again, but refer you to others like them.
  • Getting tasks done without hassle and without wasting too much of the owner’s time.
  • Getting rid of inefficiency and waste to boost your bottom-line results.
  • Reporting on numbers and managing by using evidence instead of ‘gut feel’. This saves you time and money.
  • Empowering people to make sensible decisions when a business owner or key staff member is absent for a while.
  • Implementing systems to make life easier, more efficient and make more money on jobs, as well as increasing the value of your business.

This is for time-poor, growth-hungry business owners and managers looking for ways to achieve growth without the headaches that usually occur. It will help you get your thoughts organised around the key issues affecting growth, and give you an idea of how to avoid the pitfalls.

Download our free eBook ‘6 Steps To Better Job Management & Profit’


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By Sue Hirst Co-Founder CFO On-Call

Sue was managing an accounting practice when she co-founded the business in 1991. She has expertise in financial management, product and service development and human resource management.

Sue is passionate about explaining accounting concepts in clear English so business owners can make sense of their own numbers.