People From Your Own Country Should Outsource In Their Own Country

First I would just like to start with saying how do you get work from home when you do not live in places like India, phillipines etc. You would think that businesses would want to employ in there own country to help out their own people first. No! they want to employ workers overseas and why is that? Stay at home mums or dads want to work at home while willing to take lower pay to work at home, so they can spend time with their children. However since Businesses always go for people who will charge peanuts to do the work, then the stay at home mums and dads are unable to compete.

Having two special needs children, trying to find a way to stay at home and work, as i need to be here for one of my children. It is hard to find an employer that is willing to understand if you are wanting to take alot of time off. I do not think any Employer would be that understanding in a normal job situation. I am trying to find work from someone that is willing to give me the chance so I can stay at home for my children.

I have had a couple of jobs, the rest have been people trying to scam me. I do not want to do any type of commission work, I just want to get a legit work from home doing word processing or excel. How can you compete with overseas and be able to at least earn some extra income when you practically, no matter how low you go, Businesses still hire these companies of workers from within in asian type of countries.

I think we need to at least try and give people in there own back yard the chance to work at home as there are alot of mums and dads out there trying to do right by there children.

Having children with special needs is hard to try and get jobs. Once your Employer knows you are taking so much time off due to having to be there for them,It would make it impossible to find another employer to hire you based on the reference from the previous employer. All I want to do is give my children the best start in life.

The government do not help you in anyway and they either need you to have someway of getting a regular job that allows you to work at home if needed or they need to find someway you can get help to look after your children at home like when you have childcare.

Special need children cannot adapt, so going to work is a huge problem for them especially if they have high anxiety issues or have alot of time off from school. Your employer is just not going to accept that you are having that much time off work.

All we need is that chance to work from home and get the same consideration, even work for less pay when working at home instead of going into an office type environment. Australian Businesses that are looking for outsourcing their work should give Australian Stay at Home mums and dads a go as they are willing to get paid small amounts similar to the overseas workers.

You Need an Accountant New York with a CPA License

When it comes to choosing an accountant, some business owners are happy finding students who are close to finishing a degree in accounting, but haven’t gotten a job at a firm yet. The main advantage to this type of accountant is that the student generally gives the business owner a pretty good deal on their services. While it’s possible to find a student who will do a very nice job, most financial experts urge business owners to look further and choose an accountant new york who is a registered CPA. Not only did they completely their studies, but they also passed the intense exam that proves they really learned their stuff, and their ready to work with real businesses and handle real accounts. Professionals who have gotten their CPA certification are knowledgeable with business law, accounting, and can help guide business owners through the sometimes complicated tax process and will provide invaluable assistance if they’re ever audited.

Every single state has its own CPA, which covers laws and accounts unique to that state.

The biggest reason a small business owner should stick to an accountant New York who has completed their CPA is professionalism. Getting through college and passing the exam isn’t easy. It took a great deal of dedication and commitment, and to keep the certification the accountant New York has to abide by laws created by a state and Federal board that deal specifically with ethics. CPA’s don’t want to break any of these laws. When you pay a little extra for a bookkeeper with a CPA your assured they will handle your accounts with a degree of professionalism that might be lacking in a college student.

Since the CPA board requires bookkeepers to continue their education in order to maintain their certification, the professional accountant New York will also be better educated than someone who’s fresh out of school.

When it comes to their finances, small business owners should never wait until the last minute to choose a certified accountant New York they need to start the process as quickly as they can. The first thing you will learn is that choosing the best match for your company will be harder than you originally suspected. Whenever possible you want to choose a firm that has a great deal of experience working with companies like you own, and you want to make sure they have a good reputation, and that you’re comfortable working with them. You shouldn’t even think about hiring a CPA until you have met them face to face and been able to discuss your businesses current finances, your future goals, and what needs you have.

You’re also going to find that the average accountant New York is very busy. They might not have the time to take on another account, and, even if they do, arranging a time for a consultation that works with both schedules can be tricky. The worse time to try to find a bookkeeper is between the months of January and April when they will be very busy with their current client’s taxes.

How Automation can be used for faster recovery, revival and improved resilience in the wake of COVID

Practically every industry — CPG, manufacturing, Pharma, and Financial Services — is in pursuit of automation in the wake of COVID-19. It is the antidote to uncertainty, variability, unexpected breaks in business continuity, and the need for scale. In the short term, over the next 18 months, process automation in the form of RPA will be used not only to reduce costs and eliminate FTEs—as has been the key goal until now—but also to create recovery and resilience.

There have been two key pre-COVID-19 doctrines that have helped guide organizations regarding their automation strategy:

Drive efficiency/effectiveness: Make automation the new Lean—deploy it to eliminate waste of time and material, reduce turnaround time and scrunch costs
Improve employee experience/reduce errors: The goal was to automate manual processes that were repetitive, time-consuming and error-prone and thereby improve employee experience—freeing their time so their cognitive skills and intuition could be leveraged more gainfully
An example of this is the use of automation for activities that a supply chain planner is expected to perform. These include data collection and reporting, which define almost 80% of the role. These are rule-based activities and can be automated, allowing the planner time to think of unique ways to improve the supply chain, create resilience, and plan for future business needs. In other words, automation can be leveraged to augment human potential.

With COVID-19 changing many business priorities—and most of them permanently—there is a new role that organizations are demanding from automation. They want to inject automation into every process that allows the organization to withstand shock, drive revival, and build resilience.

There is always the risk of organizations hurriedly using automation to address the challenges placed before them by COVID-19. These will be short-term Band-Aid solutions. But the goal must be to extract long-term value from every dollar being invested in automation.

Automation leads to organizational IT optimization and lays the ground to right-set business—by re-baselining costs of IT operations, allowing businesses to optimize the current workforce and increase efficiency. There is therefore no need to reduce the headcount of an organization. Instead, employees can use automation to augment their capabilities, improving efficiency or re-skill themselves for newer roles. And as automation is used to fast-track development and testing, it allows the organization to grow.

As the pandemic spread, ITC Infotech’s operations, backed by Automation Anywhere’s Intelligent Digital Transformation platform, ran seamlessly across the world. For others, the pandemic triggered new ways to leverage automation. Some of the interesting use cases witnessed were:

Bots created to monitor employee devices and systems, leading to better use of resources when helpdesk workload went up.
A bot designed to address data privacy, a key challenge in the work from home (WFH) model. The bot masked data for WFH resources, ensuring continuity of service.
A retailer in Europe deployed a bot to manage back-end and customer-facing processes following a major spike in website traffic. The customer set up an Automation CoE, allowing them to create bots in three to four days.
Interest in automation has increased several folds. But major transformation initiatives have been paused. The urgency is to quell the disruption caused by COVID-19. To help do this—and do it fast—cloud platforms offer the convenience of accessibility and scale. These platforms do not require customers to add to on-premise infrastructure or install anything on their systems. Configuration, deployment, and bug fixes can be done remotely on the cloud platform.

Using automation has become easy. Almost any role in finance, operations, manufacturing, sales or distribution can create bots using drag-and-drop features. COVID-19 has accelerated the simplicity with which automation is implemented. It has also triggered wider adoption of automation. From here on, automation can be expected to become a top board room priority.