Rick Koffarnus first partnered with Multiview in 1994. Twenty-five years and three organizations later, he is still with us. Learn why he keeps coming back.
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You see a job posting on our career site and you want to send an application. But before you hit apply, make sure you are prepared. Monika Bains, Multiview’s Human Resources Advisor, decided to share some key insights from Multiview’s best hiring practices to help our applicants clarify what to expect from the recruitment process.
Recently I was asked about my definition of a dream job. For me, a dream job has always been connected with loving what I do and loving who surrounds me. Individual success with colleagues who support and work with me to achieve broader success feels like a dream job, and I’ve been fortunate to have had a few of those.
With back to school just around the corner, there’s no better time to think about continuing education, and it doesn’t require going to class. Justin Winchiu, Multiview’s CFO, recommends three books for senior leaders and financial executives wanting to continue to shape their ideas, gain a fresh perspective, and discover more tools to succeed.
For many reasons, ensuring appropriate liquidity for your organization is a critical component of being resilient. Here are ways you can improve your cash flow position.
At Multiview, we believe in Working Smart, which allows us to spend more time with our clients and partners, which enables us to be Stronger Together.
At Multiview, we strive to stay true to our mission. We operate under five core values, one of them being client obsessed, and that means going beyond customer needs to make their journey a seamless experience. We realized the power of creating a people-centric organization that values clients. We do this by supporting the financial departments of our clients’ operations, and in this critical environment, there is a need to be focused and responsive.
There are two filing cabinets behind the front desk at my optometrist’s office – To Be Paid and Paid. The simple answer is sometimes the right answer. Sometimes, all you need is excel.
I see it all the time, where businesses over-think solutions to problems that might be best solved using excel. At other times, they don’t even start projects because they are searching for perfection and trying to solve too many problems at once.