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How to avoid Christmas cash flow woes

December 5, 2019

Optimum Recoveries is thrilled to have been appointed an RCSA Preferred Partner. We absolutely love working in this space! Recruiters are such a passionate and energetic group of people who provide a crucial service to their clients.

 

We’re firm believers that the heart of any business is its people, so we understand just how valuable your contribution is to your clients. We also understand how much work goes into the recruitment process, and how costly it can be to a business if the wrong people are appointed.

 

Perhaps that’s why Optimum feels so passionately about you, as a recruitment business, getting paid - in full and on time - for the service you provide. The value that you bring to your clients is far too important to be left waiting for payment.

 

We totally support RCSA’s #LoveYourWork campaign, but we’d like to make one change.

 

We think #LoveYourWorkAndGetPaidForIt is a much better way to go!

 

In this article, we outline some key things to do before you finish up for 2019.

 

With the end of the year almost here, I’m sure you’re already in countdown mode and looking forward to the Christmas break. It’s always a much-needed opportunity to rest and recharge before hitting the ground running again in January.

 

But it’s important to remember that the start of a new year can be a hard financial time for businesses. BAS payments are due and there’s often a downturn in work in the holiday period. When you add late or unpaid invoices into the equation, things can get really tough.

So, let’s take action now and get your cash in the door so that your business isn’t dealing with Christmas Cash Flow Woes.