Bookkeeping Pains An Outsourced Service Can Resolve

For many businesses, their bookkeeping causes a lot of pain. However, when handled correctly, there are many pains that proper bookkeeping can remedy. Common reasons that bookkeeping causes pain are: it is intimidating, people don’t like it, and it’s often way behind because it gets pushed to the back burner.  It is crucial to keepContinue reading “Bookkeeping Pains An Outsourced Service Can Resolve”

Cost Management: Mitigate Project Cost Overruns

Proficient and proper planning is the key to a successful project, but of course, there are a few problems beyond the realm of planning as it is not always possible to predict what would happen after a project starts. One of the major problems is the cost overrun. Besides the underlying nature of massive andContinue reading “Cost Management: Mitigate Project Cost Overruns”

Why You Must Add Value at Every Meeting

Early in my career I eagerly attended my first out-of-state business review meeting with a strategic alliance partner. Because the relationship was of critical importance to our company, a large contingent of us made the cross-country trip to our partner’s site, investing valuable time and money in our visit. As we crowded into the conferenceContinue reading “Why You Must Add Value at Every Meeting”

How to write exceptional meeting minutes

5 Great tips for writing great meeting minutes! How many times have you found that meeting tasks were forgotten almost as soon as your team left the room? Writing meeting minutes can seem like an unimportant task but without them, meeting participants may leave a meeting with different versions of what was decided and unclearContinue reading “How to write exceptional meeting minutes”

Gauging Trust in Your Work Relationships

How do you gauge the strength of the working relationships you have with your fellow colleagues, your subordinates, and your boss?  When I gauge the strength of my relationships, it all comes down to trust.  The trust I have in others and the trust they have in me.  If a high level of trust existsContinue reading “Gauging Trust in Your Work Relationships”

5 Steps for Professionally Turning Down a Job Offer

Some jobs aren’t the right fit and, before the interview process, it isn’t always easy to tell. Remember to always research the company and its executive leadership team before the interview process. Whether you have multiple job offers on the table and need to turn one down in favor of another or you simply feelContinue reading “5 Steps for Professionally Turning Down a Job Offer”

Dynamic Recruiter Wanted!

About the Recruiter position: We are looking for a dynamic Recruiter with full-cycle recruiting experience from talent sourcing and attracting candidates to interviewing and hiring. A successful recruiter will collaborate with site managers on a regular basis and proactively identify future hiring needs. You should also be able to attract candidates using various sources, likeContinue reading “Dynamic Recruiter Wanted!”

EIDL Assistance

Update as of 16 – June – 2020- THE EIDL ADVANCE IS OPEN TO ALL APPLICANTS! (Many of our clients are currently seeing approvals within 24-48 hours at this time!) MCDA is submitting and can provide same-day confirmation numbers for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (“EIDL”) & Grant Program. We have successfully provided funding for hundredsContinue reading “EIDL Assistance”

Empowerment is the key to successful process improvement

Sustainable change management only occurs when you have an empowered organization. An empowered organization occurs when you have empowered and engaged human capital assets. To take and carry the thought forward, if you have engaged and empowered human capital assets they will carry that sense to their cross-functional team roles. An empowered team seeking organizationalContinue reading “Empowerment is the key to successful process improvement”

President Trump Signs Bill Easing PPP Requirements

President Donald Trump has signed into law a bill that gives employers more flexibility when using Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funds and applying for loan forgiveness.  Current PPP borrowers can choose to extend the eight-week period to 24 weeks, or they can keep the original eight-week period. New PPP borrowers will have a 24-week coveredContinue reading “President Trump Signs Bill Easing PPP Requirements”