A retirement plan is a significant benefit, one that has a big impact on both the employer and the employees in a business. How do you know just what impact it’s having, and how do you communicate that impact to key stakeholders in the business? We’ve identified 5 most important considerations, and in this article…

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Every startup has to develop a process for doing business. Whether that means the business owner has sketched a detailed map of each employee’s day-to-day functions or merely drawn out a list of guiding principles that lead the organization through each and every business transaction. There must be a process in place to set out…

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What payment options are you offering to your freelance workers? These workers increasingly not only look for the most appealing jobs, but also more flexible payment options. In place of paper checks in the mail, or even electronic deposits to a bank account, many prefer paycards, which make the money earned available immediately. Learn more…

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An enormous number of people around the world are working on a freelance or contract basis, with some studies suggesting it could be as many as 50 percent of workers worldwide by 2020. Is your company adapting to this trend by using more independent workers? In this article, we’ll discuss some of the factors that…

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Can you believe it? 2019 is almost over, and that means you need to plan for any reporting and compliance requirements for the end of the year, and preparation for 2020. There are several changes coming to be aware of, including a new Federal Form W-4, many states changing their W-2 reporting deadlines, new gig…

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How diverse is your team? One of the aspects of diversity that is often overlooked is generational diversity, but all kinds of businesses can benefit from building a team of people at different stages of their lives and careers. Avoiding age discrimination and unintentional bias is one of the first steps to building a more…

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Non-desk employees are a major part of the workforce, and yet they can be disconnected from the most common communication outlet used today: email. If you are sending all your important messages over email, but you have workers who spend all day away from computers, as in retail, manufacturing, and many other industries, it can…

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Myth: A business is not required to pay prospective candidates for working interviews. Working interviews can be beneficial to both prospective employees and employers. When interviewees spend a few hours or days embedded in a workplace environment, they get a real-world glimpse of what it might be like to report there every day, while interviewers…

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