GLENVIEW — SurePayroll was honored recently for its digital content
aimed at informing small business owners on topics including payroll,
taxes, productivity, technology and more.
Over the past few years, in working with clients,
employee engagement is almost always on the mind of the management team.
It is the concern that never ends.
Having a well-trained staff is vital to the long-term
success of any business. Effectively trained employees are generally
happier, increasing workplace confidence and competence. Here are five
methods we use with all of our employees.
One of the challenges business owners face when they
make the leap from employee to entrepreneur is the loss of benefits.
Unemployment insurance, workers’ compensation and health plans are among
the former incentives that become a monthly, out-of-pocket expense.
In the past several years, responsibility for health care has begun
to shift from employers and insurers to patients and health care
providers. As a result, individuals and hospitals have become more
engaged than ever in the cost and effectiveness of health care.
It has been well known that for years there is a link between workforce engagement and corporate performance. In fact, the term “engagement” has been the entire buzz.
With the competition for talent steadily rising, attracting the right
candidates has moved beyond salary and into ancillary benefits.
When many hear the term “mobile workforce,” a far-flung sales person
speaking into a mobile phone leaps to mind. But that term means so much
more than employees using the latest gadgets on a sales call.
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