Staffing & Recruiting Services
Let us find the missing piece of your accounting department. We find talented accounting and finance professionals across all industries to fill key positions so you can focus on running your business.
The Right Hire. At the Right Time.
We hire for positions including, but not limited to:
- Chief Financial Officer
- Director of Finance
- Accounting Manager
- Staff Accountant
- AR/AP Clerk
- And more!
With a network of thousands of accounting professionals, finding the right fit isn’t a challenge for us. We even help our clients and non-TGG clients with hiring because we have such a diverse network of talent.
We are so confident in finding the right fit, if our hire does not exceed your expectations, we’ll find a replacement within 90 days at no additional cost to you.
Reasons to Choose TGG as Hiring Resource
When Outsourcing isn’t a Fit
Even though we are a full-serviced outsourced accounting firm, we aren’t always the right fit. If you have an accounting position that requires 25+ hours a week, we recommend a full-time internal hire.
When you need a full-time internal hire, our Staffing & Recruiting services can step in to fill the gap.
Our Simple Process
1. Reach Out!
Fill out our form below and let us know more about the position you’re hiring for
2. Let’s Talk
Our Director of Talent Acquisition will schedule a call to better understand your goals and needs
3. Get to Work
We’ll send you our contract and get the ball rolling to immediately start our search
4. Take Your Pick
We vet and interview qualified candidates for you to consider joining your team
Get Started Today!
READ OUR CASE STUDIES:
What are the important things to remember when it comes to good cash flow management?
Cash flow is one of the most important aspects of effectively running a business by the numbers. First, consider profitability and understand how much you need to earn in monthly revenue in order to breakeven based on your gross profit margin and operating expenses. Next, understand your Cash Conversion Cycle (CCC). The CCC is expressed in days and measures how long it takes for a company to convert its investments in inventory and other resources into cash flows from sales. A negative number is ideal and indicates you collect from customers faster than you pay your vendors. Businesses can shorten the CCC by making the accounts receivable process as efficient as possible and negotiating longer payment terms with vendors.
What are some early signs of future cash flow problems?
Businesses should review their Current Ratio on a monthly basis. The Current Ratio is a key performance indicator that measures a company’s ability to pay short term obligations and is calculated as Total Current Assets divided by Total Current Liabilities. A Current Ratio of less than 1.5 is an early sign of cash flow problems. TGG recommends utilizing a 13-week cash flow forecasting tool weekly to monitor short term cash sources and uses when the Current Ratio falls below 1.5. The 13-week cash flow forecasting tool allows the business owner to take timely, corrective action in advance of cash shortfalls.