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You've most likely heard the term candidate-driven job market thrown about recently. Essentially, a combination of recovery from the Great Recession of 2008 and an increasing reliance on employees with specific skills has put the negotiating power back into the hands of the job seeker. Employees aren't going to be knocking down your door begging for work anymore, especially in industries in need of skilled labor, so it's up to you to figure out how to attract and retain good employees. One way to do this is by offering a robust and unique benefits package, and one thing that can really set your business apart is an employee purchasing program.
Employee wellness is one of the key predictors of productivity. Unhealthy stressed, and overworked employees are not working at full capacity. Workers who come in stressed and sleep deprived can easily make costly mistakes, and someone coming into the office sick can quickly spread that around to other employees. Fortunately, there are many low-cost ways that you can encourage employee wellness and increase overall productivity.
When you hire a new employee, it's important to provide a structured and positive experience. Some businesses utilize a trial-by-fire, throwing their employees into the ring and just hoping it works out. This kind of passive, hands-off approach to new hire onboarding can have unintended consequences, including decreased employee satisfaction and higher turnover rates. By following these tips to improve your new hire onboarding practices you can save yourself, and your employees, a lot of trouble.
In an increasingly connected world, the need for a strong cyber security plan has never been more pressing. Nearly every aspect of your business, from the computers you use at work to the phones your employees carry home with them, is vulnerable to malicious attacks from hackers. In fact, cyber risk may be the number one area of concern for businesses today and cyber attacks on small businesses are on the rise. You may already have some kind of cyber security plan in place for your business, but how do you know if you're doing enough?
Cancer places an enormous burden not only on an individual, but also their family, friends, and even you as the employer. Cancer is not, however, a death sentence, and it is possible to move forward and live a productive and fulfilling life after diagnosis. According to cancer.gov, there were 14.5 million people living beyond their cancer diagnosis in 2014 and that number is projected to increase in the coming years. With that in mind there is one thing that you can offer as an employer to help your employees through a difficult diagnosis: cancer insurance.
Payroll administration can be a difficult and time-consuming process for many businesses. The devil is in the details and it's easy to make small mistakes that have a big impact on your employees and business.
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