Lootok is a boutique NYC-based business continuity advisory firm that differentiates ourselves through our innovative, engaging and cognitive approach to consulting. We are looking for a full-time candidate to assist the COO/CFO with overall company operations. The ideal candidate will have the desire to be involved in all aspects of running a company including human resources, business partner management, accounting…
Manage relationships and related agreements with human resources, bookkeeping, tax, technology, insurance, and legal business partners
Facilitate client contract review and approval process through correspondence with legal counsel
Ensure accuracy and reasonableness of financial information through reviews of monthly statements and updates to annual budgets
Interact with the consulting and creative teams to assess appropriate deliverables to include in client projects and create statement of works
Liaise with external bookkeeping company to ensure timely submission of employee time and expense, vendor payments, and customer invoices
Onboard new employees by providing technology (laptop and iPhone), software access, training on policies / procedures, and ongoing support
Assist in developing more formalized human resources processes including recruitment, employee evaluations, and procedure implementation
Ensure employees comply with project requirements by becoming proficient in the use of our project management software and reviewing weekly reports
Perform a variety of research ranging from business policies to time and expense software, evaluate the best options, and present solutions to leadership
Hurricane Sandy is the largest hurricane to ever form in the Atlantic Basin. Along its path, 253 people were killed in seven countries and total damage resulted in over $65.5 billion. How does superstorm Sandy compare to major disasters from last year?
$18 billion dollars. That’s the number estimated in damages caused by Hurricane Sandy just in the state of New York alone. With the unexpected turns that transpired amidst the super storm, all businesses were reminded of the importance of business resiliency.
Given the vast amount of information presented to-date, it is still very important that the financial sector revisit the surprises from Sandy to ensure that critical financial services are better protected. A team of experienced BCM advisors gathered the recommendations in the accompanying table from industry thought leaders in leading global financial services companies to learn from their perspectives.