Do any of these requests sound familiar?
Scenario 1. The CEO's Office
The Executive Compensation Committee needs to know who are the top 10 flyers and what are the hours flown, cities flown to, and who authorized the flights?
Scenario 2. Tax and Accounting
Tax is asking you to supply the hours and miles flown for business, business "entertainment," and personal flights during the past five fiscal years.
Scenario 3. HR Department
HR has had a complaint and is asking you for data regarding crew flight hours, flight and non-flight duty times, and weekends worked.
PFM has assisted customers with reporting needs like these and more, for 25 years.