Petty cash floats are not as prevalent because of alternatives, including purchasing cards (P-cards), automated teller machines (ATMs), debit cards, credit cards, Apple Pay and other electronic means of payment, and expense claims. Nonetheless, a significant number of organizations still maintain petty cash floats in, for instance, schools, daycares, not-for-profits (including many that work in the community or have a large client or volunteer base), small businesses, hotels, and businesses in remote locations.
In continuation from Part 1 of our blog series on how best to approach harassment complaints, we will now focus on stage 2 of the process as we examine how best to conduct a fair and thorough investigation, following a workplace complaint.
2022 is coming to an end, and it has undoubtedly been a challenging year for everyone post-pandemic. However, First Reference would like to express our sincere gratitude for your continued support. We hope you and your families, your employees and their families always stay healthy and safe.
Instead of mailing holiday cards, we donate to an organization that helps people in need every year. This year’s donation goes to a Quebec charity giving homeless people warm coats. Renaissance is a Quebec non-profit organization with thrift stores and liquidation centres across the province. Here’s a link to a recent CBC story on this worthwhile initiative.
Please note, we will not be blogging during the holidays. Our office and Ask the Editor service will be closed for the holidays starting on Friday, December 23, 2022, at noon and will reopen on Tuesday, January 3, 2023.
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