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If a finance executive noticed a cost of operation was steadily escalating every year, to the point where it averaged 15% of total payroll, you would think that the executive might make controlling the growth of the expense a high priority. You would think, but it doesn’t always work out that way. Why? Sometimes the executive simply believes that the inflation is what everyone else is experiencing, and there is not much that can be done. And sometimes the problem and all the related costs haven’t been identified sufficiently enough for the executive to appreciate fully just how much it is sucking off the bottom line.

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