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The Unpopular World of Accounting Ethics Part II

Note to readers: Normally I really enjoy writing blog posts. This post and the one previously is an exception. These were painful to write but I believe necessary. You be the judge. As Controller of a Texas hotel, the corporate office seized upon us an efficiency program by a company I will keep nameless.  The … Continue reading The Unpopular World of Accounting Ethics Part II

The Virtual Culture Part V

The Fifth Essential: Service Partnering Doing business with a small town flair! The key objective for any company is to show a profit. A culture-driven company however, strives to make a difference in the lives of all their constituents in the course of this. In our company, we have no desire to serve simply as … Continue reading The Virtual Culture Part V

Forensics Are for All of Us

I heard it again just last week. Another internal fraud situation by an office manager, still under investigation with $300K missing and climbing! It seems that lately we hear it more and more. The mega companies usually have the resources for a rapid recovery, not so the rest of us. As business stewards we have … Continue reading Forensics Are for All of Us

Infographic: Are You a Fit for Small Giants?

READ MORE: “How to Adopt a Virtual Culture“ Kim Sykes is a marketer and content creator at Edoc Service Inc.  

Boundaries in Business

According to the dictionary a boundary is a line that marks the limits of an area; a dividing line. It is a limit of a subject or sphere of activity. Boundaries are all around us. One boundary in nature is the coastline that keeps the water from the land. Political boundary lines give nations autonomy. … Continue reading Boundaries in Business

Your Responses: On “Dressing for Success”

Do you have a dress code at work? Whether or not you do, see the blog written by Jim Mullaney, Edoc’s CEO, that raises the question: “Are the best artists in suits?” (See the post here.) Given all the responses already received, I compiled some of the top responses to the blog, again, where we … Continue reading Your Responses: On “Dressing for Success”

Partner Spotlight with Cassady Schiller & Associates

As many of our blog readers know, at Edoc, we partner with our clients and our suppliers. In our latest series, we’re highlighting some of our partners, including the expertise they bring to the table. This week, we interviewed John Eberhart, Partner, Director of Accounting & Auditing at Cassady Schiller & Associates, our CPA firm. … Continue reading Partner Spotlight with Cassady Schiller & Associates

Sales Call Angst

It’s happened again! Another salesperson called, a call I expected as he was referred by another business associate of mine. After he introduced himself he asked me what our company did!!! I asked if he looked at our website and he said no. Here he is, a “sales professional,” 30 years in position who doesn’t … Continue reading Sales Call Angst

Taking the High Road

It is heartbreaking and sometimes catastrophic when a small business owner experiences internal fraud and/or betrayal by employees. It is not always possible to prevent internal theft or employees going rogue if they are on that penchant path. It is possible, however, to limit the damage with the right company platform and reasonable controls. Now … Continue reading Taking the High Road

Edoc Infographic: Growing Your Company

READ MORE: Part 2 of the interview with the Small Giants’ First Officer of Mojo Kim Sykes is a marketer and content creator at Edoc Service Inc, a total virtual company

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