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Payroll administration has been a problem for businesses for as long as people have been selling products and services. It doesn't matter if you're an entrepreneur, small-business owner, or an executive with a Fortune 500 company. Mistakes can be costly. And dealing with the data, classifying employees, keeping up with regulatory changes, processing payments, and all of the other duties can be daunting.
They lurk in the darkest corners of the internet. They cast a wide net as they phish for their next victims. Their intentions are nefarious, and they cost companies, government organizations, and ordinary people hundreds of billions of dollars. They are identity thieves, internet stalkers, phishing scammers and cyber criminals. And they are relentless. That's why it might be time to hire a hacker to assess your company's cyber risk.
They were born between 1980 and 1996. They're tech-savvy, team-oriented, value work-life balance above most else, and won't hesitate to jump jobs if another opportunity opens up. They are millennials, and they're proving to be different from the generations that made up previous workforces. They're socially conscious, interested in flexible hours and working from home, and changing the way employers view health insurance.
Healthy employees go hand-in-hand with healthy companies. Employees who are both mentally and physically healthy miss less work, prove more productive, and help reduce the rate of workplace accidents and injuries. One of the best ways to keep your employees healthy is to help them make the most of their health insurance.
Every year, the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) asks companies across the country about the employee benefits they're currently offering and which they plan to offer over the next 12 months. In all, the survey covers more than 250 benefits. It also offers valuable insight about where the industry is heading and how its trends might affect your business.
New hire onboarding is part art, part science--and every organization does it a little differently from the next. But there are common threads that run through the onboarding programs at companies that have earned a reputation for doing it so well. These are companies that enjoy longer employee retention, higher productivity, higher employee morale, and cultures that breed excellence.
Make no mistake about it, employee benefits engagement is serious business. Succeed and you'll have happier, healthier, and more productive employees. Come up short and you could find yourself coping with high rates of absenteeism, low morale, and a host of other problems can can prove costly in both the short- and long-term.
When most people talk about employee benefits, they usually mention health insurance, life insurance, retirement, paid vacation, and sick time. Maybe it's time to introduce mental health into the conversation. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one out of every five adults in the United States lives with some sort of mental illness--and it can affect both productivity and workplace safety.
"It won't happen to me." Everyone has probably spoken these words at one point or another. It's what people say just before they turn down the extended warranty, step onto the top of the ladder and take on the black diamond ski slope.
When you think about strategies for recruiting and retaining top talent, what comes to mind? Competitive pay, robust retirement accounts, affordable health coverage, and casual Fridays probably make the list. And they're certainly important. But did you know that dental insurance is also a popular perk among prospective employees?
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