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Research on the Division of Internal Responsibilities and the Rationalization of Personnel Allocation in Financial Departments

Xinxin Wang

Abstract


With the change of economic development mode, the market competition is more and more intense. As an important hub of enterprise management, how to adapt to the transformation and upgrading of enterprise management, realize the rational division of responsibilities and personnel within the financial department, and provide more valuable information and enterprise management, management decision-making has become an unprecedented challenge for the financial personnel of enterprises. This article puts forward the research on the division of responsibilities and the rationalization of personnel allocation in the financial department. In the research and analysis, this article selects 160 company leaders and financial personnel as the survey sample, and through the investigation of the financial department before and after the optimization of work efficiency, work quality and company profit analysis and comparison, the results show that the financial department after optimization has the advantages of improving work quality, work efficiency, increasing enterprise profit margin, which can promote the development of enterprises. Through the investigation, it is found that more than 85% of the company’s leaders and financial personnel think that the staffing of the company’s financial department is relatively reasonable, which provides a guarantee for the research on the internal responsibility division and personnel allocation of the financial department.


Keywords


Financial Institutions; Division of Responsibilities; Personnel and Equipment Optimization; Reasonable Allocation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/fm.v5i4.2694

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