Posted by Steve Cocheo in Pass the Aspirin The Blog
The Headache: Beyond their own unique costs of doing business, banks remain subject to all the other costs any business faces, just to keep the doors open and the lights on.
Our Question: What steps is your bank taking to control everyday operational costs?
Heat, light, and maintenance—
handling the everyday costs banks
must face along with banking factors
Banks face plenty of special issues when it comes to making profits. Yet they also face most of the same expenses any other business on Main Street faces.
• Rising energy costs
• Employee health coverage
• Infrastructure, from making sure the lights stay on to keeping the roof leak-free to making sure the bathrooms keep working.
• Landscaping maintenance
• And more
Come tell us how your bank controls or cuts these
Let's hear your views and ideas below!
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