Organizing Your Business
Stop putting out fires and start achieving your goals! With Ellen as your Business Organizing Professional, you’ll have the systems, mentoring, and accountability you need to go from cluttered catastrophe to consistent cash flow. Organized By L will create systems to organize your time, space, and information. Ellen will teach and train you and your employees how to take control of paperwork, manage a hectic schedule, get more done in less time, and enhance productivity.
What does it mean to hire a Bookkeeper?
Bookkeeping can help your growing business get funded, manage cash flow, stay tax compliant, and organize business operations. Bookkeeping is a universal part of a business that should be considered when looking to reach new heights of success. When you’re running a business, it’s easy to get behind on the books.
Ellen can help you set up your own office filing system.
- Clearly label and identify the contents of each and every file
- Consider color-coding the file folders. Use one color for financial documents, another for internal memos that need action, and yet another for human resources paperwork, etc.
- If part of your job involves maintaining several magazines or pamphlets that don’t have the name or issue number on the spine, group the materials by title, and label the shelves they are stored on accordingly.
Ellen Will Help
Remember, Disorganization is Costly.
Having a disorganized office, disorganized methods, or even several disorganized employees could be costing your business money.
Many people just simply haven’t learned the skill of organizing. It’s not taught in schools, and you either picked it up along the way, or not. The average executive spends 3 hours per week looking for papers and other items*. With an annual salary of $50,000 per year at 40 hours a week that’s $3,823 lost each year that can be easily avoided. Multiply this example times 10 employees and the numbers become staggering at $38,230 per year.
Formula: Annual Salary/Hours Worked over the Year= Hourly Rate then 156 hours x hourly rate=lost money annually. Statistics provided by the National Association of Professional Organizers)