Top tips for writing an effective business report
Presenting financial information isn’t just about getting the figures right – the language and style you use are just as important, explains the Institute of Payroll Professionals’ Sonia Grant.
All professionals need to be able to deliver an effective business report at some stage in their career, whether it be a system implementation report, a financial report or contingency report. Payroll impacts on the business more than ever before, so managers cannot afford not to be equipped with this vital skill. The purpose of a report is to inform the reader, and therefore it is essential to both the reader and the writer for the report to be logically organised.
Anyone can learn to write a report. This article will offer some practical tips on how to approach this. The more reports that you write, the more practice you will gain which in turn, will improve your confidence and ability.