A one-on-one meeting, also known as a one-to-one meeting, is a sort of communication between two persons in an organization that occurs at regular intervals. Such meetings are usually held with a specified agenda between an employee and management. Weekly one-on-one sessions are the most common type of these. Giving updates, and responses, keeping each other in the loop, resolving issues, and helping participants grow in their roles are all beneficial. Employees and their mentors can also meet on a one-on-one basis. With the one-on-one meeting approach, the manager will always have time for direct reporting and will be spending time in his or her team’s connection. One on One Meeting makes the accounting process more efficient, ensuring that time is spent wisely.