You've got yourself a savvy office manager who keeps everything running smoothly. Work gets done and your business is doing very well, but, there is one hang-up with the office manager: he or she isn't trained as well in bookkeeping as you'd like them to be. No worries, bookkeeping isn't exactly something dedicated to be taught and it only takes practice and experience in training courses to get better. So, if your office manager needs some bookkeeping training, don't fret, Salt Lake City Bookkeeping has got you covered.
Some would say bookkeeping is an office art form. There's a Zen to it where everything eventually will work right and bookkeeping doesn't become a crazy maze of paperwork, files, and receipts. Instead of pulling your hair out trying to figure where everything goes, or finding that really important document, it all comes together effortlessly and seamlessly. An office manager can be easily trained how to be a master of bookkeeping, it just takes time and effort.
Training can come in all shapes and forms, whether your office manager is hands on or prefers the reading approach. Whatever the case, be accommodating to them. Get to know how they learn in order to better your office. Bookkeeping training can concentrate on certain elements, too. For example, if your office manager needs more help in payroll or organizing business records, training can help with that. Maybe your office manager would like to know more about QuickBooks and online articles haven't really been helping. You're in luck, then! SLC Bookkeeping provides some great consulting and advice on QuickBooks, including a QuickBooks
Why should your office manager be trained in bookkeeping?
Your office can run even smoother if the office manager knows the ins and outs of what bookkeeping entails.
If you find your bookkeeping suddenly becomes unorganized, your office manager who is well-trained and equipped for such a disaster can help out.
Even if you outsource your bookkeeping to an outside company, your office manager can still help out and communicate with the service providers even better.
Is your office manager trained in bookkeeping? If they are, are they trained enough?