Over the years we have presented workshops to diverse groups of Human Resources and Finance/Accounting professionals on the importance of collaboration between HR and Finance.  Whether you work in the private sector, nonprofits, or for government agencies, a good relationship between these two functions is critical for providing top-notch service to both internal and external customers. Finance and HR collaborate in so many ways…

  • Ensuring employee benefits are administered and paid properly,
  • Making sure payroll is processed correctly with the right amounts paid to employees and the correct employment taxes paid to the appropriate agencies,
  • Budgeting for training and development, and assessing the impact to the organization,
  • Tracking the costs to recruit and onboard new staff, and making sure new employees get off to a great start
  • Ensuring compliance on many levels, everything from recordkeeping to following employment and financial laws and regulations.

Our friends at Your Part-Time Controller [YPTC] invited OA to collaborate with them on their May webinar: Bridging Perspectives: Building Collaboration Between HR and Finance Functions.  YPTC provides accounting, financial reporting, and best practices for nonprofits. We’re excited to work with their team of HR, Finance, and Training professionals to create a workshop you don’t want to miss! If you are in nonprofit management, HR, or Finance, this webinar will show you better ways of collaboration and how to optimize the support between these functions. This webinar is also ideal for board members, volunteers, and donors who want to learn more about how to help strengthen your nonprofit. Finance professionals can earn CPE credit, too! The webinar is on Wednesday, May 29, 2024 at 12.00p EDST. Use this link to register. Do you need assistance with your workforce strategy or other Human Resources consulting needs, or maybe fostering closer collaboration among key business functions? Contact us and check out our updates for more helpful resources.