In today's post financial crisis world, companies that adapt their working capital strategies to the new conditions of economic growth can benefit from more robust supply and distributor chains. Beyond this, however, there are also a number of additional benefits to adopting an updated strategy that can have enterprise wide implications.
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The Aravind Eye Care System aims to deliver high-quality, low-cost ophthalmological care to some of India’s poorest people. In 2012, it conducted over 370,000 eye operations including laser procedures – 55% of them delivered at low or no cost. Mr Thulasiraj, Executive Director and Dr. S. Aravind, Director Projects, at Aravind, explain how the system works.
The loss of key employees has an impact on any organisation, but the consequences can be particularly acute for small and mid-sized businesses. Apart from the costs of replacement, the disruption involved can also have a disproportionate operational impact. Fortunately, as Mark Hussain, Global Head of Commercial Insurance & Investments at HSBC explains, there are various incentives and benefits that can be used to maximise employee retention
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