We are a nation dealing with some profound mental health issues. Fortunately, more organizations are making a concerted effort these days to understand how mental health issues affect people of all walks of life. We are even beginning to understand how such issues impact the workplace.
When an employee declines direct deposit and chooses to receive a paper check, what do you think? A recent study makes the case for finding out why employees have barriers to banking.
Prescription drug prices continue to be a thorn in the side of those trying to rein in healthcare costs. Indeed, rising prescription prices constitute one of the single largest contributors to rising health insurance premiums.
Setting goals is part and parcel of the professional business environment. Employees are encouraged to set goals for the coming year, then track them along with management over the next 12 months. The process is seen as a way to increase employee engagement and productivity.
Recruiting and hiring new staff is a time-consuming and costly enterprise. As such, it is wise to retain employees so as to avoid unnecessary recruiting and hiring. But how do your clients do that? How do they retain employees when so many other employers are looking to steal them away?
Are your clients still using paper forms to file employment and payroll taxes? The Internal Revenue Service is once again encouraging businesses to e-file tax forms in a recent tax tip.
Applicant tracking is relatively new to the payroll and HR space. Its relative age notwithstanding, applicant tracking is proving its worth in an increasingly competitive hiring environment. Assuming your client wants to effectively compete for the top talent in their industry, applicant tracking is something they should care about.
Electronic onboarding is quickly catching on as the preferred strategy for bringing new hires on board. Once you understand why, we suspect your clients will consider going electronic as well.