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The High Cost of Bad Meetings

When considering a meeting, ask yourself: why are we meeting in the first place? If you don’t, you might be costing the company a fair chunk of change, according to Quartz. Nestle, for example, estimates that–considering the salaries of the people involved–a bad meeting can mean $50,000 to $100,000 worth of wasted time that could better be applied elsewhere.

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Herman Yiu, CPA - Audit Taxation Advisory (212) 802-1428